# Study sets matching "physics 2 motion"

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Frame of reference

Relative motion

Distance

Displacement

a set of criteria or stated values in relation to which measur…

movement in relation to a frame of reference.

length of a path between 2 points

Length of a path between start and finish points

Frame of reference

a set of criteria or stated values in relation to which measur…

Relative motion

movement in relation to a frame of reference.

First Law

If all the forces are equal in size but…

if the forces acting on an object are b…

If a force that is not balanced acts on…

an object at rest will remain this way unless it is acted upon…

then these forces are said to be balanced.

of the object does not change.

then the motion of the object with change.

First Law

an object at rest will remain this way unless it is acted upon…

If all the forces are equal in size but…

then these forces are said to be balanced.

Quantity

Vector

Vector Examples

Scaler

Something we measure.

A quantity of both magnitude and a specific direction.

Force, Velocity, Displacement, Momentum, Weight, Acceleration.

A quantity of value magnitude only.

Quantity

Something we measure.

Vector

A quantity of both magnitude and a specific direction.

• One-Dimensional Motion

• Kinematics

• Particle

• Positive Direction

the object moves along a single axis... o Motion is along a strai…

the classification & comparison of motions

a point-like object such as an electron

the direction of increasing numbers

• One-Dimensional Motion

the object moves along a single axis... o Motion is along a strai…

• Kinematics

the classification & comparison of motions

Free Body Diagram

Vector Quantity

Scalar Quantity

Velocity

used to show the relative magnitude and direction of all force…

is a measurement that refers to both the magnitude of the medi…

the measurement of a medium strictly in magnitude

is a vector quantity that refers to "the rate at which an obje…

Free Body Diagram

used to show the relative magnitude and direction of all force…

Vector Quantity

is a measurement that refers to both the magnitude of the medi…

distance-time graph

speed

velocity

acceleration

- horizontal line represents a stationary object... - a straight…

in m/s = (distance traveled in metres, m) / (time taken in sec…

speed in a given direction

change of velocity per second

distance-time graph

- horizontal line represents a stationary object... - a straight…

speed

in m/s = (distance traveled in metres, m) / (time taken in sec…

Isaac Newton

Newton's 1st Law of Motion

Newton's 1st Law of Motion is also know…

In an ideal world, what happens to a mo…

built upon Galileo's ideas

an object at rest will remain at rest & an object in motion wi…

Law of Inertia

continues at a constant speed & in a straight line until acted…

Isaac Newton

built upon Galileo's ideas

Newton's 1st Law of Motion

an object at rest will remain at rest & an object in motion wi…

Aristotle's classification of motion

speed

average speed

velocity

Every object in the universe has a proper place determined by…

rate at which distance is covered

total distance/ total time

speed in direction

Aristotle's classification of motion

Every object in the universe has a proper place determined by…

speed

rate at which distance is covered

Periodic Motion

Simple Harmonic Motion

Period

Amplitude

any motion that repeats in a regular cycle

a motion that occurs when the restoring force on an object is…

the required time for an object to complete one full cycle of…

in any periodic motion, the maximum distance an object moves f…

Periodic Motion

any motion that repeats in a regular cycle

Simple Harmonic Motion

a motion that occurs when the restoring force on an object is…

eq. of POSITION-vs-TIME

eq. of VELOCITY-vs-TIME

eq. of VELOCITY-vs-POSITION

Aav=

x=xo+voxt+(1/2)axt^2... y=yo+voyt+(1/2)ayt^2

vx=vox+axt... vy=voy+ayt

vx^2=vox^2+2ax(DISPLACEMENT X)... vy^2=voy^2+2ay (DISPLACEMENT Y)

Aav=CHANGE Velocity/CHANGE t

eq. of POSITION-vs-TIME

x=xo+voxt+(1/2)axt^2... y=yo+voyt+(1/2)ayt^2

eq. of VELOCITY-vs-TIME

vx=vox+axt... vy=voy+ayt

terminal speed

force

weight

newton (N)

- occurs when drag force = force of gravity... - net force of zero

a push or a pull that acts on an object

a type of force

the SI unit for force, equal to the force that causes a 1-kilo…

terminal speed

- occurs when drag force = force of gravity... - net force of zero

force

a push or a pull that acts on an object

Projectile

Trajectory

Circular Motion

Centripetal Force

An object moving through the air.

The path followed by an object in projectile

Motion along a circular path where there is no change in the s…

The inward force that causes an object to move in a circular p…

Projectile

An object moving through the air.

Trajectory

The path followed by an object in projectile

Periodic Motion

Simple Harmonic Motion

Period

Amplitude

any motion that repeats in a regular cycle

a motion that occurs when the restoring force on an object is…

the required time for an object to complete one full cycle of…

in any periodic motion, the maximum distance an object moves f…

Periodic Motion

any motion that repeats in a regular cycle

Simple Harmonic Motion

a motion that occurs when the restoring force on an object is…

projectile

trajectory

linear acceleration

centripetal acceleration

object shot through air

parabolic path (curved path shaped like a parabola, arc, circl…

change in magnitude of the velocity (change in horizontal vect…

change in the direction of the velocity (toward the center of…

projectile

object shot through air

trajectory

parabolic path (curved path shaped like a parabola, arc, circl…

Speed=

Steeper the gradient on a distance-time…

line on distance-time graph=straight li…

Speed equation=

distance travelled each second.

greater the speed.

object moving at a constant speed

Distance/time.

Speed=

distance travelled each second.

Steeper the gradient on a distance-time…

greater the speed.

Distance Travelled (m) / Time Taken (s)

By the gradient.

The greater the speed.

It is horizontal.

Formula for Speed

How is speed represented in a distance time graph?

The steeper the gradient...

What happens to the line of a graph if the object is stationar…

Distance Travelled (m) / Time Taken (s)

Formula for Speed

By the gradient.

How is speed represented in a distance time graph?

Particle model

Particle

Position

Coordinate system

A model describing the moving object as a particle regardless…

A point-like object.

The location of the object with respect to a chosen reference…

A system that allows all locations to be specified.

Particle model

A model describing the moving object as a particle regardless…

Particle

A point-like object.

What is the equation for Kinetic Energy?

What is the equation for gravitational…

Equation for average speed?

Equation for acceleration?

Ke=1/2 x m x v2

GPE=GxPxH

Average speed = Distance/time

Acceleration = Change in velocity/Time

What is the equation for Kinetic Energy?

Ke=1/2 x m x v2

What is the equation for gravitational…

GPE=GxPxH

The most fundamental physical science,…

The __________ of an object is the tota…

The location of an object with respect…

If an object changes position, we say t…

Physics

Average Speed, and Distance (d)

Position

Motion

The most fundamental physical science,…

Physics

The __________ of an object is the tota…

Average Speed, and Distance (d)

When an object is in motion, its ______…

Movement in a straight line

The description of motion is a descript…

Motion Diagram

position

Follows a path directly b/w two points without turning right o…

place, time

A series of images showing the positions of a moving object at…

When an object is in motion, its ______…

position

Movement in a straight line

Follows a path directly b/w two points without turning right o…

Force

Deceleration

Acceleration

Vector Quantity

A push or pull that causes a change in the motion of a particu…

The slowing down of an object (accelerating in the negative di…

The rate of change in velocity (vector quantity)... a = (final ve…

Something that has both magnitude (speed) AND direction

Force

A push or pull that causes a change in the motion of a particu…

Deceleration

The slowing down of an object (accelerating in the negative di…

Instantaneous

Magnitude

Position

Time interval

The speed and direction of an object at a particular isntant

Another term given for the size of a quantity

The location of an object relative to an origin

The formula tf-ti

Instantaneous

The speed and direction of an object at a particular isntant

Magnitude

Another term given for the size of a quantity

coordinate system

distance

SI unit of distance

pedometer

a frame of reference when describing motion;

the total length of the path taken on a trip, no direction, a…

meter (m)

a device used to measure the stance traveled by counting the n…

coordinate system

a frame of reference when describing motion;

distance

the total length of the path taken on a trip, no direction, a…