7.P.1.4 Interpret distance versus time graphs for constant speed and variable motion. #5
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Graphed line segments have a slope-line steepness created by rise over run values. The rise over run values represent.......
a numerical value representing Y axis movement (rise) and a numerical value representing x axis movement (run)
When the rise value divided by the run value at each data point (coordinate pair) generates the same speed the line segment represents constant speed.
speed value at point 1 30m/5s
speed value at point 3 90m/15s
The speed of this graphed line is 6m/sec
The speed of this graphed line is .5m/sec
The speed formula is........
distance divided by time
distance is plotted on the Y axis-time is plotted on x axis
the slope of speed graph is rise-y axis value change divided by run-x axis value change
The line segment on this graph showing the constant velocity of a car is..........
This distance vs time graph (speed graph) has a line segment where movement has stopped for 2 seconds
Line segment Y
This distance vs time graph (speed graph) has a line segment where movement of the graphed object is going away from the starting point for 10 meters
Line segment X
This table represents the data from an experiment to determine the speed of a toy car on a straight track. The car is moving at a constant speed in a forward direction. Which value belongs in the cell marked with an x? (hint-identify the pattern)
This table represents the data from an experiment to determine the speed of a toy car on a straight track. The car is moving at a constant speed in a forward direction. The speed of the toy is........
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