5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- the object loses g, 10m/s
- Constant Velocity
- the gain is g which is 10m/s^2
- d = (Vi + Vf/2) x t
- Velocity acquired = acceleration x time
- a Formula for velocity acquired
- b When an object is thrown upward, how much speed does it lose each seconf?
- c What is the gain in speed per second for a freely falling object?
- d if object is thrown, formula for distance is
- e Constant speed with constant direction is called
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Formula for Average speed
- Formula for Speed
- The speed of an object and the specification of its direction.
- formula for distance of falling objects is
- 10 m/s squared
5 True/False Questions
Yes the car moves at a constant speed. → Can you cite an example in which the acceleration of a body is opposite in direction to its velocity? if so, what is your example?
Yes it maintains constant speed, but no it does not maintain a constant velocity because a constant velocity is both constant speed and constant direction. → If a car is moving at 90 km/h and it rounds a corner, also at 90 km/h, does it maintain a constant speed? A constant velocity? Defend your answer?
Acceleration = change in velocity/time interval → Constant speed with constant direction is called
vector force → Velocity is also considered a
Freefall → motion under the influence of gravity alone