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What is acceleration?

What is the measured unit for when an…

What did Galileo experiment prove?

What plays a role in acceleration?

The change of velocity per unit of time

9.81 m/s^2

Velocity increases by a constant amount of 10 m/s^2

Air resistance

What is acceleration?

The change of velocity per unit of time

What is the measured unit for when an…

9.81 m/s^2

Constant speed

Instantaneous speed

Average speed

Displacement

Stopped or the same

Speed at a given time

Distance traveled divided by the time the object took

A measure of only the start and end point/ not the objects ro…

Constant speed

Stopped or the same

Instantaneous speed

Speed at a given time

Motion Diagram

Change in Velocity

Velocity vs Time Graph

Positive, non-zero slope on VvT, above…

an extension of the dot diagram to show the velocity arrows f…

how much the velocity arrow changes

shows how fast an object moves (velocity) at every second

speeding up positively

Motion Diagram

an extension of the dot diagram to show the velocity arrows f…

Change in Velocity

how much the velocity arrow changes

What is acceleration?

What is the measured unit for when an…

What did Galileo experiment prove?

What plays a role in acceleration?

The change of velocity per unit of time

9.81 m/s^2

Velocity increases by a constant amount of 10 m/s^2

Air resistance

What is acceleration?

The change of velocity per unit of time

What is the measured unit for when an…

9.81 m/s^2

frame of reference

scalar

vector

displacement

a system for specifying the precise location of objects in sp…

physical quantity that has magnitude but no direction, ex. te…

a physical quantity that has magnitude and direction, ex. for…

a vector quantity, defines distance and direction between 2 p…

frame of reference

a system for specifying the precise location of objects in sp…

scalar

physical quantity that has magnitude but no direction, ex. te…

Acceleration

What is the difference between velocit…

Acceleration equation

On a position vs time graph, what type…

the rate at which velocity changes

acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes, while vel…

a = Vf-Vi/t

a straight line with a constant slope

Acceleration

the rate at which velocity changes

What is the difference between velocit…

acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes, while vel…

Physics

Position

average speed

time interval

A branch of science that involves the study of the physical w…

the separation between an object and the origin

distance traveled divided by the time elapsed

the distance between two times

Physics

A branch of science that involves the study of the physical w…

Position

the separation between an object and the origin

What does acceleration measure?

Is acceleration a scalar or vector qua…

What can change to produce an accelera…

How is the magnitude of of acceleratio…

Change in velocity

vector quantity

speed or direction

dividing total change in an object velocity by the time inter…

What does acceleration measure?

Change in velocity

Is acceleration a scalar or vector qua…

vector quantity

What is the definition of acceleration?

What is the standard metric unit for a…

What is the standard metric unit for v…

What info can you obtain from a veloci…

the change in velocity over time.

m/s^2

m/s

Velocity, time, direction, acceleration, area under the line…

What is the definition of acceleration?

the change in velocity over time.

What is the standard metric unit for a…

m/s^2

instantaneous velocity

acceleration

vf=at+vi

1/2 acceleration

slope of the tangent line at any point on a position vs time…

slope of the tangent line at any point on a velocity vs. time…

general model

slope of a position vs time2 graph equals__

instantaneous velocity

slope of the tangent line at any point on a position vs time…

acceleration

slope of the tangent line at any point on a velocity vs. time…

Average Acceleration

Acceleration Equation

Units

EXAMPLE QUESTION

1. The rate of change of velocity... 2. If velocity is how fast,…

Acceleration = change in velocity over... change in time

Velocity units... Time units = m/s ( raised to 2)

A car's velocity is 2.5 m/s at 1.0 seconds. Due to an acceler…

Average Acceleration

1. The rate of change of velocity... 2. If velocity is how fast,…

Acceleration Equation

Acceleration = change in velocity over... change in time

Name the four Fundamental Forces from…

Gravitational Force

Nuclear Strong Force

Weak Force

the Nuclear Strong Force, the Electromagnetic Force, the Weak…

An attractive force between all objects with mass; the weakes…

A force between quarks that binds quarks of different "colors…

A force involved in radioactive decay; it can change an up qu…

Name the four Fundamental Forces from…

the Nuclear Strong Force, the Electromagnetic Force, the Weak…

Gravitational Force

An attractive force between all objects with mass; the weakes…

What is speed?

What are two things that can change th…

What is average velocity?

What is instantaneous velocity?

Speed is a measure of how fast something is traveling. It is…

A change in the object's speed or direction

Takes place over a set amount of time

The velocity of an object at any given time speed at one mome…

What is speed?

Speed is a measure of how fast something is traveling. It is…

What are two things that can change th…

A change in the object's speed or direction

B) Friction

B.) +3

B. ) 50 N

C. ) Down pointing arrow

Which of the following forces is a contact force?

(Graph) Which is the best description for the force vector dr…

(Graph) Two dogs are tugging on opposite ends of a rope toy a…

(Graph) Which of the drawings below correctly shows the force…

B) Friction

Which of the following forces is a contact force?

B.) +3

(Graph) Which is the best description for the force vector dr…

Projectile Motion

Parabola

Horizontal Components

Vertical Components

The force of gravity makes one direction of motion different…

- arch shaped curve... - the shape of the path a projectile foll…

X:... Horizontal Distance:... Dx = Vx (t)

Y:... Vertical Distance:... Dy = Vy (t) - 1/2(g)(t)^2

Projectile Motion

The force of gravity makes one direction of motion different…

Parabola

- arch shaped curve... - the shape of the path a projectile foll…

acceleration

negative acceleration

An object is ___________________ whene…

true or false: acceleration is a vecto…

the rate of change in the velocity of an object

the speed of an object slowing down or stops

accelerating

true

acceleration

the rate of change in the velocity of an object

negative acceleration

the speed of an object slowing down or stops

Dependent Variable

Control

Variable

Constant

A variable whose value changes as a result of changes in othe…

Standard used to compare the results of the experiment

A factor is a quantity that can have more than one value

A factor in an experiment that does not change

Dependent Variable

A variable whose value changes as a result of changes in othe…

Control

Standard used to compare the results of the experiment

Scientific Method

Accuracy

Precision

Sig Figs

a method of procedure that has characterized natural science…

the nearness of a measurement to the standard or true value

the degree to which several measurements provide answers very…

each of the digits of a number that are used to express it to…

Scientific Method

a method of procedure that has characterized natural science…

Accuracy

the nearness of a measurement to the standard or true value

speeding up in positive direction

slowing down in a positive direction

speeding up in a negative direction

slowing down in a negative direction

velocity= positive... acceleration= positive

velocity=positive... acceleration= negative

velocity=negative... acceleration=negative

velocity=negative... acceleration=positive

speeding up in positive direction

velocity= positive... acceleration= positive

slowing down in a positive direction

velocity=positive... acceleration= negative

What is important in a personal fitnes…

What is one of the biggest factors whi…

What affects your energy levels?

What is the relationship between welln…

a positive attitude

body image

lifestyle choices (diet, amount of physical activity)

fitness is one component of wellness

What is important in a personal fitnes…

a positive attitude

What is one of the biggest factors whi…

body image

velocity-time graph

acceleration

instantaneous acceleration

free fall

graph in which the time data is on the horizontal (x) axis, a…

the rate at which velocity changes

The change in velocity at an instant of time

the motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting…

velocity-time graph

graph in which the time data is on the horizontal (x) axis, a…

acceleration

the rate at which velocity changes

Reference point

Frame of reference

Position

Motion

The point from which all distances and directions is measured…

coordinate system with the reference point at the origin; con…

how far an object is from the reference point and in which di…

occurs when an object changes position

Reference point

The point from which all distances and directions is measured…

Frame of reference

coordinate system with the reference point at the origin; con…

Momentum

Inertia

Machine

Power

Product of an objects mass and velocity

The tendency of an object to resist being moved, speed or dir…

A device that helps do work

Rate at which work is done over time

Momentum

Product of an objects mass and velocity

Inertia

The tendency of an object to resist being moved, speed or dir…

Acceleration

Speed

Instantaneous speed

Displacement

The rate of change of velocity. Acceleration occurs when an o…

The distance an object travels per unit of time. ... Speed = dis…

The rate at which an object is moving at a given instance in…

The distance and direction that an object has moved from its…

Acceleration

The rate of change of velocity. Acceleration occurs when an o…

Speed

The distance an object travels per unit of time. ... Speed = dis…

Acceleration

Average Speed

Elapsed Time

Free Fall

the rate at which velocity is changing; will be 10 m/s square…

total distance divided by time interval

the time that has passed since the beginning of an event

motion under the influence of gravitational force only; air r…

Acceleration

the rate at which velocity is changing; will be 10 m/s square…

Average Speed

total distance divided by time interval

Force

since forces are vector quanities they…

when two forces act in opposite direct…

Net force

Push or pull

magnitude and direction

subtraction

the overall force of an object after all the forces are added…

Force

Push or pull

since forces are vector quanities they…

magnitude and direction

Matter

Experiment

Mass

Physical property

Anything that has mass and takes up space

A set of controlled observations that test a hypothesis

A measure that reflects the amount of matter

A characteristic of matter that can be observed or measured w…

Matter

Anything that has mass and takes up space

Experiment

A set of controlled observations that test a hypothesis

What is motion?

What is relative motion?

International System of Units

What are SI measurements?

An object is in motion it changes position relative to a refe…

Motion that changes with different reference points. For exam…

(SI) Uses the metric system.

Meters... Centimeters... Millimeters... Kilometers

What is motion?

An object is in motion it changes position relative to a refe…

What is relative motion?

Motion that changes with different reference points. For exam…

Acceleration

If an object is accelerating, what doe…

What do strobe diagrams show

When are objects in free fall?

Any change in the motion of an object. Includes speeding up,…

There is a nonzero net force on the object. The forces are un…

An objects motion at set time intervals

When the only force on them is gravitational force, even when…

Acceleration

Any change in the motion of an object. Includes speeding up,…

If an object is accelerating, what doe…

There is a nonzero net force on the object. The forces are un…

I. Key terms and Formula

A. Difference between Velocity and Acc…

B. Acceleration and Velocity Signs

II. The idea of ... A. Average Accelerati…

A. Average Acceleration ... B. Instantaneous Acceleration

A. Velocity = Changing displacement / changing time ... B. Accel…

A. When Velocity is + and acceleration is -, meaning slowing…

...

I. Key terms and Formula

A. Average Acceleration ... B. Instantaneous Acceleration

A. Difference between Velocity and Acc…

A. Velocity = Changing displacement / changing time ... B. Accel…

Hooke's Law

Hooke's Law equation

Scalars

Vectors

Hooke's law states that a spring's extension is proportional…

F = kx ... F = Force(N) k= Spring constant (how much force need…

Scalars are quantities with only size... ∙Temperature... ∙Speed... ∙Ti…

Vectors are quantities with size and direction... ∙Displacement…

Hooke's Law

Hooke's law states that a spring's extension is proportional…

Hooke's Law equation

F = kx ... F = Force(N) k= Spring constant (how much force need…

stretching materials (spring)

stretching materials (elastic bands)

stretching materials (wire)

force spring constant and extension eq…

1. springs obey Hooke's law - the extension is proportional t…

1. do not obey hooks law ... - s shape line ... -less steep (first…

obeys Hooke's law (line less steep than spring)

F = k × e... F is the force in newtons, N... k is the 'spring const…

stretching materials (spring)

1. springs obey Hooke's law - the extension is proportional t…

stretching materials (elastic bands)

1. do not obey hooks law ... - s shape line ... -less steep (first…

Velocity-Time Graph

Instantaneous Acceleration

Acceleration

Free Fall

Shows how velocity is related to time

The change in velocity of an object at an instant of time

The rate at which an object's velocity changes

The motion of falling objects when air resistance is negligible

Velocity-Time Graph

Shows how velocity is related to time

Instantaneous Acceleration

The change in velocity of an object at an instant of time

Lurking Variable

Explanatory Variable

Science

Theories

A variable affecting the response variable without the resear…

The variable that is being directly manipulated.

The process of using experiment, observation, a logical think…

A mental model or explanatory system that explains and relate…

Lurking Variable

A variable affecting the response variable without the resear…

Explanatory Variable

The variable that is being directly manipulated.

speed definition

motion definition

velocity definition

acceleration definition

is the change in distance divided by change in time

change in position

speed in a given direction

rate of change of velocity

speed definition

is the change in distance divided by change in time

motion definition

change in position