A quantity that has MAGNITUDE and DIRECTION
A quantity that has ONLY magnitude
The total length of the route an object travels when it moves.
The change in position of an object
The moving of something from its place or position.
Includes DISTANCE and DIRECTION
Can be calculated on a velocity vs. time graph by finding the area between the line and the axes.
The rate at which an object is able to move or operate.
SPEED and DIRECTION
= df - di/time
VELOCITY and DIRECTION
= Change in Velocity/time
= Vf - Vi/time
Position vs. Time Graph
Displays the position of an object over the course of time.
=y2 - y1/x2 - x1
Shows velocity on a Position vs. Time graph
= d/t = velocity
Reveals information about an objects acceleration on a Velocity vs. Time graph
= v/t = acceleration
Velocity vs. Time Graph
Displays the velocity of an object over the course of time.
Object is moving in a RIGHTWARD direction.
Line is within the positive region of the velocity vs. time graph (ABOVE the x-axis).
Object is moving in a LEFTWARD direction.
Line is within the negative region of the velocity vs. time graph (BELOW the x-axis).
The line crosses THROUGH the x-axis on a velocity vs. time graph.
Magnitude is getting LARGER on a velocity vs. time graph.
Line moving AWAY from x-axis (whether in positive or negative region).
Magnitude is getting SMALLER on a velocity vs. time graph.
Line moving TOWARDS x-axis (whether in positive or negative region).
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