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projectile motion

law of intertia

inertia

law of acceleration

motion of any object that is shot, thrown, etc.

an object at rest remains at rest and an object in motion con…

property of an object that resists changes in motion

the acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the…

projectile motion

motion of any object that is shot, thrown, etc.

law of intertia

an object at rest remains at rest and an object in motion con…

Horizontal motion in 2 dimensions

range

vertical motion in 2 dimensions

way to solve problems

- mass and force doesn't matter ... - any object projected horiz…

horizontal distance

- free fall ... - initial velocity= 0 ... - acceleration due to gra…

****** separate x (horizontal) and y (vertical) information a…

Horizontal motion in 2 dimensions

- mass and force doesn't matter ... - any object projected horiz…

range

horizontal distance

Horizontal Component (vx)

Vertical Component (vy)

Projectile

Centripetal Force

The vector component in the x-direction.

The vector component in the y-direction.

An object that moves through space in which gravity is the on…

Net force acting on a object moving in a curved path that acc…

Horizontal Component (vx)

The vector component in the x-direction.

Vertical Component (vy)

The vector component in the y-direction.

kinematics

position-versus-time graph

velocity-versus-time graph

uniform motion

the mathematical description of motion

a continuous curve showing an object's position as a function…

a continuous curve showing an object's velocity as a function…

straight-line motion where equal displacements occur in any s…

kinematics

the mathematical description of motion

position-versus-time graph

a continuous curve showing an object's position as a function…

Horizontal Component (vx)

Vertical Component (vy)

Projectile

Centripetal Force

The vector component in the x-direction.

The vector component in the y-direction.

An object that moves through space in which gravity is the on…

Net force acting on a object moving in a curved path that acc…

Horizontal Component (vx)

The vector component in the x-direction.

Vertical Component (vy)

The vector component in the y-direction.

Horizontal Component (vx)

Vertical Component (vy)

Projectile

Centripetal Force

The vector component in the x-direction.

The vector component in the y-direction.

An object that moves through space in which gravity is the on…

Net force acting on a object moving in a curved path that acc…

Horizontal Component (vx)

The vector component in the x-direction.

Vertical Component (vy)

The vector component in the y-direction.

Horizontal Component (vx)

Vertical Component (vy)

Projectile

Centripetal Force

The vector component in the x-direction.

The vector component in the y-direction.

An object that moves through space in which gravity is the on…

Net force acting on a object moving in a curved path that acc…

Horizontal Component (vx)

The vector component in the x-direction.

Vertical Component (vy)

The vector component in the y-direction.

Vector

Scalar

"Resolving a Vector"

Components

Measures magnitude and direction, represented w arrows, point…

Measures on magnitude ex: speed and direction

Find its components (use sin cos tan)

Lengths of the vector along specified direction

Vector

Measures magnitude and direction, represented w arrows, point…

Scalar

Measures on magnitude ex: speed and direction

Scalar Quantities

Vector Quantities

Resultant

Vector addition

has magnitude but no direction (mass, volume, temp, speed)

has magnitude and direction (velocity, acceleration, displace…

the sum of 2 or more vectors

(vector)a + (vector)b = (resultant)c

Scalar Quantities

has magnitude but no direction (mass, volume, temp, speed)

Vector Quantities

has magnitude and direction (velocity, acceleration, displace…

Projectile

Trajectory

None they are independent

Gravity

An object shot through the air

An objects path through space

What is the effect horizontal an vertical motions have on eac…

What causes a change In vertical velocity

Projectile

An object shot through the air

Trajectory

An objects path through space

Projectile

Trajectory

Flight time

Range

Motion of an object given initial velocity that then moves on…

The path of the projectile flying

The amount of time that a projectile is in the air

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile

Projectile

Motion of an object given initial velocity that then moves on…

Trajectory

The path of the projectile flying

projectile

trajectory

uniform circular motion

centripetal acceleration

an object shot or thrown through the air

a projectile's path through space

the movement of an object at a constant speed around a circle…

acceleration that always points toward the center of a circle

projectile

an object shot or thrown through the air

trajectory

a projectile's path through space

scalar

vector

distance

displacement

a quantity with MAGNITUDE ONLY!!!... ex.) time, mass, speed, de…

a quantity that has MAGNITUDE and DIRECTION... ex.) velocity, a…

refers to "length of the path an object has covered during it…

refers to a "change in position"(length of shortest straight-…

scalar

a quantity with MAGNITUDE ONLY!!!... ex.) time, mass, speed, de…

vector

a quantity that has MAGNITUDE and DIRECTION... ex.) velocity, a…

Displacement Vector

True

True

Frame of reference

Vector that represents a change in position

If a scalar is negative, then the vector direction reverses -…

Velocity, acceleration, and force vectors don't represent pos…

A system of objects that are not moving with respect to one a…

Displacement Vector

Vector that represents a change in position

True

If a scalar is negative, then the vector direction reverses -…

Displacement

Distance

Vector

Scalar

the moving of something from its place or position

an amount of space between two things or people

a quantity having direction as well as magnitude, especially…

having only magnitude, not direction

Displacement

the moving of something from its place or position

Distance

an amount of space between two things or people

Displacement

Distance

Velocity

Instantaneous Velocity

the change in position of an object

a numerical description of how far apart objects are

a physical vector quantity; both magnitude and direction are…

the velocity of an object at some instant or at a specific po…

Displacement

the change in position of an object

Distance

a numerical description of how far apart objects are

objective

____________ is credited for originati…

Newton was born on a farm in Lincolnsh…

Newton developed what is now called __…

Understand, analyze and solve problems with motion in one dim…

Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727)

Christmas day.

infinitesimal Calculus

objective

Understand, analyze and solve problems with motion in one dim…

____________ is credited for originati…

Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727)

Dynamics

Kinematics

Kinematics in One Direction

Geocentric Model

The study of motion and of physical concepts such as force an…

The part of dynamics that describes motion without regard to…

Motion along a straight line

Theory of the Universe that regarded the Earth as the center…

Dynamics

The study of motion and of physical concepts such as force an…

Kinematics

The part of dynamics that describes motion without regard to…

Kinematic

Dynamic

Scalar Quantity

Vector Quantity

Study of motion only.

Study of motion and physical concepts like force and mass.

Quantity that only consists of numbers and a unit (Example: d…

A quantity that consists of a number, unit, and direction (Ex…

Kinematic

Study of motion only.

Dynamic

Study of motion and physical concepts like force and mass.

at rest

component of a vector

displacement

distance

the condition of an object whose position is not changing

The part of a vector associated with a specific direction (fo…

Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…

An amount of space between two things or people.

at rest

the condition of an object whose position is not changing

component of a vector

The part of a vector associated with a specific direction (fo…

Frame of Reference

Motion

Displacement

Instantaneous Velocity

a coordinate system for specifying the precise location of ob…

the displacement of an object in relation to objects that are…

change in position

is the velocity of an object at some instant

Frame of Reference

a coordinate system for specifying the precise location of ob…

Motion

the displacement of an object in relation to objects that are…

frame of reference

displacement

average velocity

instantaneous velocity

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

The change in position of an object.

The total displacement divided by the time interval during wh…

The velocity of an object at some instant or at a specific po…

frame of reference

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

displacement

The change in position of an object.

Dynamics

Kinematics

frame of reference

Displacement

The study if motion and of physical concepts such as force an…

The part of dynamics that describes motion regardless to its…

a choice of coordinate axes that defines the staring point fo…

∆ in position... ∆x = xf - xi... ☝final ☝initial

Dynamics

The study if motion and of physical concepts such as force an…

Kinematics

The part of dynamics that describes motion regardless to its…

two dimensional motion

vector

component

magnitude

motion thag involves horizontal & vertical components

quantities with direction

the parts of a vector

meters/second (length)

two dimensional motion

motion thag involves horizontal & vertical components

vector

quantities with direction

Kinematics

Speed

A steep slope in a position vs time gr…

The slope of a graph

Name for the mathematical description of motion

Is the magnitude of the velocity vector and is always positive

Corresponds to a faster speed

Describes the motion of an object

Kinematics

Name for the mathematical description of motion

Speed

Is the magnitude of the velocity vector and is always positive

kinematics

position vs. time graph (x-vs-t graph)

velocity

displacement vector

the name for the mathematical description of motion (think ci…

the graphic will always go RIGHT, time is always increasing

= the slope of a position vs time graph. A combination of mag…

distance (d=pythagorean theorem) and direction (described by…

kinematics

the name for the mathematical description of motion (think ci…

position vs. time graph (x-vs-t graph)

the graphic will always go RIGHT, time is always increasing

motion

kinematics

mechanics

scalar quanity

the change in position of an object

the mathematical description of motion

branch of physics dealing with motion and forces

described completely by magnitude

motion

the change in position of an object

kinematics

the mathematical description of motion

displacement

average velocity

average speed

instantaneous velocity

change in position... final position - initial position... /\x= Xf…

displacement divided time interval... /\x / /\t

distance traveled divided by time of travel ... d/t

/\x / /\t , where /\t is very small

displacement

change in position... final position - initial position... /\x= Xf…

average velocity

displacement divided time interval... /\x / /\t

dynamics

kinematics

frame of reference

displacement

the study of motion and of physical concepts such as force an…

the part of dynamics that describes motion without regard to…

a choice of coordinate axes that defines the starting point f…

change of x of on object is define as its change in position;…

dynamics

the study of motion and of physical concepts such as force an…

kinematics

the part of dynamics that describes motion without regard to…

Kinematics

Origin

Point Particle

Displacement... Δx

_____ is the branch of physics that describes the motion of o…

The _____ is the point where the axes meet

An object in a coordinate system is treated as a _____, with…

Physicists call change in position _____, and in one dimensio…

Kinematics

_____ is the branch of physics that describes the motion of o…

Origin

The _____ is the point where the axes meet

Thrown straight up

Presence of air friction

Velocity changes by equal amounts

Velocity at the top is zero

An object's velocity can change directions when its accelerat…

An object can have increasing speed while its acceleration is…

When an object is moving with constant acceleration in equal…

When a ball is thrown straight up, its ____. (Velocity)

Thrown straight up

An object's velocity can change directions when its accelerat…

Presence of air friction

An object can have increasing speed while its acceleration is…

Frame of Reference

Displacement

Average Velocity

Instantaneous Velocity

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

the change in position of an object

the total displacement divided by the time interval during wh…

the velocity of an object at some instant or at a specific po…

Frame of Reference

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

Displacement

the change in position of an object

Displacement

distance

vector

scalor

Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…

The length of a path between two points

A quantity that has magnitude and direction

Quantity that only measures magnitude

Displacement

Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…

distance

The length of a path between two points

frame of reference

displacement

average velocity

average velocity (formula)

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

the change in position of an object

the total displacement divided by the time interval in which…

v(avg) = ∆x ÷ ∆t

frame of reference

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

displacement

the change in position of an object

kinematics

displacement

distance

vector

study of objects in motion

moves from point A to point B, distance in a particular direc…

length of a path followed by a particle

speed and direction

kinematics

study of objects in motion

displacement

moves from point A to point B, distance in a particular direc…

Displacement

Distance

Vector

Scalar

The distance moved of an object from its original position

The total amount an object moved

A value of both magnitude and direction

The value of magnitude

Displacement

The distance moved of an object from its original position

Distance

The total amount an object moved

Relative position

Coordinate system

Initial and final positions

Reference frame

"With respect to..." ... Ex.) Student A is 1 m East of Student B…

Represented by an X axis, with the origin located at X= 0

Are indicated with Xi and Xf

- any measurement of position, distance, or speed must be mad…

Relative position

"With respect to..." ... Ex.) Student A is 1 m East of Student B…

Coordinate system

Represented by an X axis, with the origin located at X= 0

Define Kinematics

Define the Greek work kinema

Translational motion

For one dimensional motion, this can m…

Mathematical description of motion without regard to causes

movement

Motion by which a body shifts from one point in space to anot…

speeding up or slowing down.

Define Kinematics

Mathematical description of motion without regard to causes

Define the Greek work kinema

movement

Acceleration

Average Velocity

Displacement

Frame of Reference

The rate of change of velocity.

The displacement of the object divided by the time interval.…

A change of position in a certain direction, not the total di…

A coordinate system for specifying the precise location of ob…

Acceleration

The rate of change of velocity.

Average Velocity

The displacement of the object divided by the time interval.…

Displacement

Average Velocity

Instantaneous velocity

Acceleration

Change in the position of the object ... Difference between wher…

Displacement/ time

The speed you are going at that exact moment.

Rate of change in velocity ... Change in speed, direction, or bo…

Displacement

Change in the position of the object ... Difference between wher…

Average Velocity

Displacement/ time

Vave= delta X/delta y

a= delta V/delta T

m/s

m/s^2

What is the formula for velocity?

What is the formula for acceleration?

what units are usually used to measure velocity?

What units are usually used to measure acceleration?

Vave= delta X/delta y

What is the formula for velocity?

a= delta V/delta T

What is the formula for acceleration?

Dynamics

Kinematics

Geocentric Model

Heliocentric Model

The study of Motion and of Physical concepts such as Force an…

The portion of Dynamics that describes Motion without regard…

Model depicting Earth as center of the Universe;... was accepted…

Model depicting Earth and other planets revolving in circular…

Dynamics

The study of Motion and of Physical concepts such as Force an…

Kinematics

The portion of Dynamics that describes Motion without regard…

frame of reference

displacement

velocity

average velocity

a choice of coordinate axes that defines the starting point o…

the change in position

total distance divided by the total time elapsed

the change in displacement divided by the change in time

frame of reference

a choice of coordinate axes that defines the starting point o…

displacement

the change in position

One dimension motion

frame of reference

displacement

Δx = xf - xi

the simplest form of motion

a coordinate system for specifying the precise location of ob…

the change in position of an object

displacement=change in position=final position - initial posi…

One dimension motion

the simplest form of motion

frame of reference

a coordinate system for specifying the precise location of ob…

Velocity

Acceleration

Position

Displacement

- how fast something is moving and in which direction it is m…

- measures the rate at which an object speeds up, slows down,…

- the location of an object relative to a reference point cal…

- the direction and distance of the shortest path between an…

Velocity

- how fast something is moving and in which direction it is m…

Acceleration

- measures the rate at which an object speeds up, slows down,…