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Acceleration: The rate at which velocity changes

2.
Acceleration due to Gravity: The value of 9.8 m/s², which is the acceleration in free fall at Earth's surface, which is usually represented by the small letter "g"

3.
Average Speed: The total distance divided by the total time for a trip

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Axis: One of ∞ number of lines that form a graph

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Constant Speed: Speed that does not change

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Coordinates: Ordered pairs that identify points on a coordinate plane

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Dependent variable: a variable in a logical or mathematical expression whose value depends in the independent variable

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Free Fall: Accelerated motion that happens only when an object falls with only the force of gravity acting against it

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Graph: a drawing illustrating the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes

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Independent variable: a variable whose values are independent of changes in the values of other variables

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Origin: The place where the position has a value of 0

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Position: A location that gives your location relative to an origin

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Projectile: An object moving in space which is only affected by gravity

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Slope: The ration of the rise to the run of a line on a graph

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Speed: how fast an object moves

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Vector: A variable that gives direction information included in its value

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Velocity: speed in a given direction

## Mr. Hubbell 2012 Chapter 4 ICP Semester 1 examStudy online at quizlet.com/_5czrw |

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