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CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS : NEWTONS'S LAWS OF MOTION
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What is an Iv
an independent variable
what is a DV?
what is a control group?
is the part of the group that is being studied or focused on
what is a constant
the study that you will keep a eye on
measured by the quantity of something rather than its quality.
it is a physical characteristic that can be measured ; example length, height,mass, distance
a educated guess
a well designed experiment will change
the experimental procedure with each trial
how would corn growth is affected by rain
in a graph how would you graph flaming hot cheetos were the highest selling snack food at jumpstart
how would the sales of flaming hot cheetos changed monthly during 2017
why is it important make sure the independent variable is the only aspect of the experiment that is changing?
will ensure that there are enough subjects for the results to potentially significant
motion is position, distance, and displacement
speed and velocity
on the location of and object or place
it is change in position of an object or how far the object is from itś starting point
length of a path, no matter what direction
a quantity w/ magnitude ONLY
EX; distance + position
how speed travels over distance
velocity = fast travel distance/Time
symbol for displacement
symbol for initial position?
a vector is
magnitude and velocity
what is an example of vector
slowing down,going faster, changing direction
rise/run is used to calculate slope.In a position vs time graph
this is a position/time
in a position vs time graph, the slope of the line is equal to the ...
velocity of the object
unit symbol and variable for mass?
g and p
unit symbols and variable for momentum?
kg*m/s and d
definition of force?
push or pull
force is a vector what does that mean?
quatitly with magnitude and direction
force added, force on object
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