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Scalars & Vectors

Position-Time Graph

Describing Motion

Average Speed & Velocity

Velocity-Time Graphs

Scalars & Vectors Position- Time Graph Describing Motion Average Speed & Velocity Velocity-Time Graphs \$100 \$300 \$200 \$400 \$500 \$

Scalars & Vectors - \$100 It’s what all vectors have.

Scalars & Vectors - \$200 Of displacement, distance, speed and acceleration, it’s the only one that is a scalar.

Scalars & Vectors - \$300 It is a quantity that is ignorant of direction.

Scalars & Vectors - \$400 Of distance and displacement, it is the one that equals zero for a racecar driver who finishes a 500 mile race.

Scalars & Vectors - \$500 This is the quantity I need to know to determine not only how fast I’m traveling but also where I’m headed.

Position-Time Graph - \$100 It’s the one(s) standing still. Position Time A B C D E

Position-Time Graph - \$200 It’s the one(s) moving in the negative direction. Position Time A B C D E

Position-Time Graph - \$300 It’s the slowest one moving at constant speed. Position Time A B C D E

Position-Time Graph - \$400 It’s the fastest one moving at constant speed. Position Time A B C D E

Position-Time Graph - \$500 It’s the one(s) that are speeding up. Position Time A B C D E

Describing Motion - \$100 Position Time

Describing Motion - \$200 Velocity Time

Describing Motion - \$300 Position Time

Describing Motion - \$400 Velocity Time

Describing Motion - \$500 Velocity Time

Average Speed & Velocity - \$100 It’s definition is displacement over time.

Average Speed & Velocity - \$200 It’s your average velocity after you run 20 m south in15 s and then 10 m north in 25s.

Average Speed & Velocity - \$300 It’s your average speed when you run the 100m dash in 20 s.

Average Speed & Velocity - \$400 It’s the one that’s a scalar.

Average Speed & Velocity - \$500 It’s the one that is not zero just because you ended up where you started.

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$100 It is the slope of a velocity time graph.

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$200 It’s the one(s) moving at constant speed. Velocity Time A B C D E

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$300 It’s the one that’s always speeding up in the negative direction. Velocity Time A B C D E

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$400 It’s the one(s) that change direction. Velocity Time A B C D E

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$500 It’s the one that starts in the pos. direction, slows down, then speeds up in the neg. dir. Velocity Time A B C D E

Scalars & Vectors - \$100 WHAT ARE MAGNITUDE AND DIRECTION? \$

Scalars & Vectors - \$200 WHAT IS SPEED? \$

Scalars & Vectors - \$300 WHAT IS A SCALAR? \$

Scalars & Vectors - \$400 WHAT IS DISPLACEMENT? \$

Scalars & Vectors - \$500 WHAT IS VELOCITY? \$

Position-Time Graph - \$100 WHAT IS B? \$

Position-Time Graph - \$200 WHAT IS D? \$

Position-Time Graph - \$300 WHAT IS D? \$

Position-Time Graph - \$400 WHAT IS A? \$

Position-Time Graph - \$500 WHAT ARE C AND E? \$

Describing Motion - \$100 WHAT IS STANDING STILL? \$

Describing Motion - \$200 WHAT IS MOVING AT CONSTANT VELOCITY IN THE POSITIVE DIRECTION? \$

Describing Motion - \$300 WHAT IS SPEEDING UP IN THE NEGATIVE DIRECTION? \$

Describing Motion - \$400 WHAT IS SPEEDING UP IN THE POSITIVE DIRECTION? \$

Describing Motion - \$500 WHAT IS MOVING IN THE NEGATIVE DIRECTION, SLOWING DOWN, AND THEN SPEEDING UP IN THE POSITIVE DIRECTION? \$

Average Speed & Velocity - \$100 WHAT IS AVERGAGE VELOCITY? \$

Average Speed & Velocity - \$200 WHAT IS 0.25 M/S SOUTH? \$

Average Speed & Velocity - \$300 WHAT IS 5 M/S? \$

Average Speed & Velocity - \$400 WHAT IS AVERAGE SPEED? \$

Average Speed & Velocity - \$500 WHAT IS AVERAGE SPEED? \$

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$100 WHAT IS ACCELERATION? \$

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$200 WHAT ARE A AND E? \$

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$300 WHAT IS D? \$

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$400 WHAT ARE B AND C? \$

Velocity-Time Graphs - \$500 WHAT IS C? \$

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