# Study sets matching "accelerated physical"

Study sets

Diagrams

Classes

Users

dependent variable

dependent variable

direct relationship

dynamics

the variable that is being measured

usually plotted along the y -axis

A relationship in which one variable increases with an increas…

the study of how forces affect the motion of objects and syste…

dependent variable

the variable that is being measured

dependent variable

usually plotted along the y -axis

dependent variable

dependent variable

direct relationship

dynamics

the variable that is being measured

usually plotted along the y -axis

A relationship in which one variable increases with an increas…

the study of how forces affect the motion of objects and syste…

dependent variable

the variable that is being measured

dependent variable

usually plotted along the y -axis

average speed

average velocity

displacement

distance

distance traveled divided by time during which motion occurs

displacement divided by time over which displacement occurs

the change in position of an object

the total length of the paths traveled

average speed

distance traveled divided by time during which motion occurs

average velocity

displacement divided by time over which displacement occurs

Advertisement

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 wi…

Matter

Anything that has mass and takes up space

Experiment

A set of controlled observations that test a hypothesis

Displacement

Distance

Motion

(Instantaneous) Speed

the straight line distance from the starting point to the endi…

the total amount traveled; a scalar

A change in position

How fast an object is moving at a given moment in time; a scal…

Displacement

the straight line distance from the starting point to the endi…

Distance

the total amount traveled; a scalar

dependent variable

dependent variable

direct relationship

dynamics

the variable that is being measured

usually plotted along the y -axis

A relationship in which one variable increases with an increas…

the study of how forces affect the motion of objects and syste…

dependent variable

the variable that is being measured

dependent variable

usually plotted along the y -axis

dependent variable

dependent variable

direct relationship

dynamics

the variable that is being measured

usually plotted along the y -axis

A relationship in which one variable increases with an increas…

the study of how forces affect the motion of objects and syste…

dependent variable

the variable that is being measured

dependent variable

usually plotted along the y -axis

acceleration

velocity-time graph

average acceleration

instantaneous acceleration

the rate at which an object's velocity change

velocity on plotted on y-axis, time is plotted on x-axis; unit…

an object's change in velocity during some measurable time int…

the change in an object's velocity at an instant of time

acceleration

the rate at which an object's velocity change

velocity-time graph

velocity on plotted on y-axis, time is plotted on x-axis; unit…

Motion

Motion

Frame of Reference

Reference Point

A change in position measured by distance and time.

An object is in ______________________ when its distance from…

Movement depends on point of view or ......

A place or object used for comparison to determine if somethin…

Motion

A change in position measured by distance and time.

Motion

An object is in ______________________ when its distance from…

The rate of free fall for all objects o…

The rate at which velocity is changing…

A ball just dropped is an example of

The sum of two or more vectors is calle…

9.8m/s/s

Instantanious Acceleration

Free Fall

Resultant Vectors

The rate of free fall for all objects o…

9.8m/s/s

The rate at which velocity is changing…

Instantanious Acceleration

Circuit

What is the difference between a parall…

How do lightening rods work?

Lightening

A closed path that electrons can flow through

In a series circuit electrons only have one path they can flow…

Lightening rods are made out of metal, so they are conductors.…

A very large build up of static electricity

Circuit

A closed path that electrons can flow through

What is the difference between a parall…

In a series circuit electrons only have one path they can flow…

Hypothesis

Model

Technology

Conclusions

A possible explanation for a scientific problem that needs to…

This helps scientists visualize concepts and perform experimen…

The application of science to solve problems

After analyzing data, scientists draw ________________

Hypothesis

A possible explanation for a scientific problem that needs to…

Model

This helps scientists visualize concepts and perform experimen…

Electromagnetic waves

Electric field

Electromagnetic radiation

Photoelectric effect

Transverse waves consisting of changing electric fields and ch…

A region of space that exerts electric forces on charged parti…

The transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves traveling thro…

The emission of electrons from a metal caused by light strikin…

Electromagnetic waves

Transverse waves consisting of changing electric fields and ch…

Electric field

A region of space that exerts electric forces on charged parti…

Dependent Variable

Control

Variable

Constant

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

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 other…

Control

Standard used to compare the results of the experiment

Displacement

Formula for Displacement

Vector

Speed

The distance and direction of an object's change in position

D = df - di

Magnitude and direction

The rate at which an object's position

Displacement

The distance and direction of an object's change in position

Formula for Displacement

D = df - di

inertia

dynamics

distance

speed

the tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion

degree of loudness or softness

The length of a path between two points

Distance travelled per unit time

inertia

the tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion

dynamics

degree of loudness or softness

Advertisement

acceleration

instantaneous acceleration

average acceleration

velocity-time graph

the rate at which an object's velocity changes

change in velocity of an object at an instant of time

the change in velocity if an object during some measurable tim…

a graph that shows how velocity is related to time

acceleration

the rate at which an object's velocity changes

instantaneous acceleration

change in velocity of an object at an instant of time

What is acceleration?

What is the measured unit for when an o…

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 o…

9.81 m/s^2