# Study sets matching "motion chapter 3"

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distance

frame of reference

motion

vector

length between two points

a non-moving object an observer uses to detect motion

a change in position over time

quantity that has both magnitude and direction

distance

length between two points

frame of reference

a non-moving object an observer uses to detect motion

scalar

vector

scalar example

scalar example

something that only needs an amount to describe it

something that needs both amount and direction to describe it

time

weight

scalar

something that only needs an amount to describe it

vector

something that needs both amount and direction to describe it

AIR RESISTANCE

FORCE

UNBALANCED FORCE

BALANCED FORCE

the force that opposes the motion of falling objects and movin…

a push or pull exerted by one object on another.

the forces acting on an object when the net force is not zero.

forces that produce a net force equal to zero.

AIR RESISTANCE

the force that opposes the motion of falling objects and movin…

FORCE

a push or pull exerted by one object on another.

position

origin

vector

velocity

A variable that gives your location relative to an origin.

the place where the position has a value of 0.

A quantity that has both magnitude and direction.

A variable that tells you both speed and direction.

position

A variable that gives your location relative to an origin.

origin

the place where the position has a value of 0.

position

origin

vector

velocity

A variable that gives your location relative to an origin.

The place where the position has a value of zero.

A variable which gives direction information included in its v…

A variable that tells you both speed and direction.

position

A variable that gives your location relative to an origin.

origin

The place where the position has a value of zero.

Acceleration

Air resistance

Average speed

Balanced forces

increase in the rate or speed of something.

the forces that are in opposition to the relative motion of an…

as the distance traveled divided by the time elapsed

two forces acting in opposite directions on an object, and equ…

Acceleration

increase in the rate or speed of something.

Air resistance

the forces that are in opposition to the relative motion of an…

Motion

Reference point

Force

Gravity

A change in the position

A place or object used to determine if an objects in motion

A push or pull

The force that pulls all objects towards each other

Motion

A change in the position

Reference point

A place or object used to determine if an objects in motion

motion

reference point

gravity

speed

Motion is the change in position of an object

A reference point is a place or an object used to determine if…

Gravity is the force that pulls object toward each other.

Speed is the rate at which an object changes position.

motion

Motion is the change in position of an object

reference point

A reference point is a place or an object used to determine if…

Speed

Instantaneous speed

Average speed

Velocity

How fast an object moves; the distance traveled per unit of ti…

The speed at any instant.

The total distance traveled divided by the time of travel.

An object's speed and direction of motion.

Speed

How fast an object moves; the distance traveled per unit of ti…

Instantaneous speed

The speed at any instant.

force

friction

gravity

law of universal gravitation

the pushing or pulling action of one object upon another

the resistance caused by moving one object against another

the attraction objects have for each other

a particle of matter will attract another particle with a forc…

force

the pushing or pulling action of one object upon another

friction

the resistance caused by moving one object against another

Force

Motion

Friction

acceleration

A push or a pull

An object's change in position relative to a reference point.

A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in c…

The rate at which velocity changes

Force

A push or a pull

Motion

An object's change in position relative to a reference point.

Nonlinear

Scalar quantity

Vector quantity

Resultant

Motion not in a straight line, changing direction.

A quantity, such as mass, volume, and time, that specified by…

A force such as magnitude and direction. Velocity also.

The vector sum of two or more component vectors.

Nonlinear

Motion not in a straight line, changing direction.

Scalar quantity

A quantity, such as mass, volume, and time, that specified by…

Acceleration

Force

Friction

Gravity

A change in an object's velocity.

A push or pull that acts on an object.

A force that resists motion.

A force that causes objects with mass to attract each other.

Acceleration

A change in an object's velocity.

Force

A push or pull that acts on an object.

Relative motion

Speed

Instantaneous speed

Average speed

The motion of one object with respect to another.

How fast an object is moving; calculated from the equation, sp…

The speed at any particular "instant" in time.

The total distance covered divided by the time, average speed…

Relative motion

The motion of one object with respect to another.

Speed

How fast an object is moving; calculated from the equation, sp…

Component

Projectile

Resolution

Resultant

Each single vector that is changed into two perpandicular vect…

Any object that moves through the air or through space, acted…

The process of changing a vector into two perpandicular compon…

The vector sum of two or more component vectors.

Component

Each single vector that is changed into two perpandicular vect…

Projectile

Any object that moves through the air or through space, acted…

Narrative

Narrative Structure

3 Types of Movies

Narrative movies

A narrative is a story... A type of movie... A way of structuring fi…

Exposition... Rising action... Climax... Falling action... Denouement

Narrative ... Documentary... Experimental

movies that are directed toward fiction or fictionalized stori…

Narrative

A narrative is a story... A type of movie... A way of structuring fi…

Narrative Structure

Exposition... Rising action... Climax... Falling action... Denouement

component vector

projectile

resultant vector

satellite

one of the vectors whose sum is the resultant vector

an object that moves through air the air or through space, act…

result of adding two or more vectors

An object that revolves around another object

component vector

one of the vectors whose sum is the resultant vector

projectile

an object that moves through air the air or through space, act…

component

projectile

resolution

resultant

one of the vectors whose sum is a resultant vector

any object that moves through the air or through space acted o…

the process of resolving a vector into components

the vector sum of two or more components

component

one of the vectors whose sum is a resultant vector

projectile

any object that moves through the air or through space acted o…

velocity-time graph

acceleration

average acceleration

instantaneous acceleration

a graph that can be used to plot the velocity of an object ver…

the rate at which the velocity of an object changes

the change in an object's velocity during a measurable time in…

the change in an object's velocity at a specific instant of ti…

velocity-time graph

a graph that can be used to plot the velocity of an object ver…

acceleration

the rate at which the velocity of an object changes

acceleration

acceleration equation

displacement

average acceleration

the rate at which velocity changes with time... - is a vector, ca…

a = ∆v/∆T... m/s^2

∆x = ∆v∆t

find slope of trendline... ∆v/∆t

acceleration

the rate at which velocity changes with time... - is a vector, ca…

acceleration equation

a = ∆v/∆T... m/s^2

gravity

mass

distance

acceleration

A non-contact force that pulls objects toward the center of th…

The amount of matter in an object

Measure of how far something moves

The increase in the rate of speed of something

gravity

A non-contact force that pulls objects toward the center of th…

mass

The amount of matter in an object

projectile motion

free fall

instantaneous velocity of a projectile

range

a form of motion where an object is shot, thrown, or hurled

an idealized sate of motion in which air resistance is neglect…

the velocity of an object at one instant during its motion

the horizontal distance a projectile travels

projectile motion

a form of motion where an object is shot, thrown, or hurled

free fall

an idealized sate of motion in which air resistance is neglect…

Motion

Instantaneous Speed

Speed

Average Speed

A change in position

The speed of an object at a single instant of time

The distance an object travels per unit of time

Total distance traveled divided by the total travel time

Motion

A change in position

Instantaneous Speed

The speed of an object at a single instant of time