5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What does a horizontal line on a velocity/time graph show?
- 3 m/s north is an example of what?
- A skater in a parking lot. Can she have a constant speed and changing velocity? Can she have a changing speed and constant velocity? Explain your answer.
- If you ride your bicycle down a straight road 2 miles and then turn around and ride back, your distance is __________________________ your displacement.
- Two cars are trafveling along the same road at the same speed, but different velocities. Explain.
- a Yes
You can be changing direction at constant speed to produce changing velocity. Any change in speed results in a change in velocity.
- b zero acceleration
- c Velocity
- d Opposite directions at the same speed.
- e greater than
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The speed and direction with which an object moves.
- Balanced forces
- If not, you will continue moving forward at the car's original speed.
- Final velocity
5 True/False Questions
Equation for acceleration → a change in position.
An object changing its speed from 12 m/s to 5 m/s is undergoing what kind of acceleration? → Negative
What does the slope of the distance-time graph give? → zero acceleration
Why does an object moving at a constant speed have velocity? → Because it's changing direction.
What is another name for Newton's first law of motion? → Law of inertia