# 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.

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

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…

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.

Define: SHM

What is a restoring force?

What is the name of the force that push…

Why is the study of oscillations import…

Oscillatory motion in which the acceleration is directly propo…

The force that pulls that pulls or pushes an object in SHM tow…

The restoring force

All waves are associated with oscillations including musical a…

Define: SHM

Oscillatory motion in which the acceleration is directly propo…

What is a restoring force?

The force that pulls that pulls or pushes an object in SHM tow…

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.

Displacement

Distance

Speed

Velocity

-The shortest path moved in a certain direction (shortest dist…

-How far you travel from point A to point B... -A scalar quantity…

-Is defined as distance traveled per unit time... -A scalar quant…

-Is defined as displacement per unit time... -A vector quantity... -…

Displacement

-The shortest path moved in a certain direction (shortest dist…

Distance

-How far you travel from point A to point B... -A scalar quantity…

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.

Rate

Motion

Where time is plotted

Where position is plotted

he amount of something that occurs or changes in one unit of t…

A change in position over time when compared to a reference po…

X axis

Y axis

Rate

he amount of something that occurs or changes in one unit of t…

Motion

A change in position over time when compared to a reference po…

The person has stopped traveling.

The person is traveling further away fr…

The person is traveling back to where t…

The car is accelerating rapidly.

What does the time distance graph show from ... B-C?

What does the time distance graph show from ... C -D?

What does the time distance graph show from ... E-F?

What does the velocity distance graph show at A?

The person has stopped traveling.

What does the time distance graph show from ... B-C?

The person is traveling further away fr…

What does the time distance graph show from ... C -D?

gravity

friction

Newton

acceleration

force that causes two particles to pull towards each other

the resistance of motion when one object rubs against another

the SI unit of force

increase of speed or velocity

gravity

force that causes two particles to pull towards each other

friction

the resistance of motion when one object rubs against another

Motion diagram

Particle model

Coordinate system

Origin

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

A simplified version of a motion diagram in which the moving o…

A system used to describe motion that gives the zero point loc…

The point at which both variables in a coordinate system have…

Motion diagram

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

Particle model

A simplified version of a motion diagram in which the moving o…

acceleration

frame of reference

average velocity

free fall

The rate of change of velocity.

A coordinate system for specifying the precise location of obj…

Total displacement divided by the time interval during which t…

The motion of an object falling with a constant acceleration.

acceleration

The rate of change of velocity.

frame of reference

A coordinate system for specifying the precise location of obj…

Poisiton (x)

Displacement ∆x

Distance

vector quantity

Location of the particle with respect to a choosen refrance po…

Change in position in some time interval.

the length of a path followed by a particle

requires the specification of both direction and magnitude

Poisiton (x)

Location of the particle with respect to a choosen refrance po…

Displacement ∆x

Change in position in some time interval.

motion

acceleration

velocity

speed

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

Change in velocity divided by the time it takes for the change…

The speed and direction of a moving object

Distance travelled per unit time

motion

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

acceleration

Change in velocity divided by the time it takes for the change…

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

projectile

centripetal acceleration

centripetal force

Parabolic pathway

object shot through air traveling in 2 dimensions, that accele…

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

force which keeps an object moving with uniform speed along a…

curved path followed by projectiles

projectile

object shot through air traveling in 2 dimensions, that accele…

centripetal acceleration

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

Scalars

Vectors

Adding Vectors

Distance

Quantities that have only magnitude (size)... - direction does no…

Quantities that have both magnitude (size) and direction... - rep…

You have to take the direction into account... - 2 meters east +…

How far an object travels... usually measured in meters (m)... scala…

Scalars

Quantities that have only magnitude (size)... - direction does no…

Vectors

Quantities that have both magnitude (size) and direction... - rep…

• 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

position

distance

displacement

average speed

An objects location

How far something has moved from point A to point B

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

The overall rate of speed at which an object moves; calculated…

position

An objects location

distance

How far something has moved from point A to point B

inertia

velocity

acceleration

potential energy

tendency of an object to keep moving when it's in motion

how fast and in what direction an object is traveling

an increase in an object's velocity

created by an object's position-stored

inertia

tendency of an object to keep moving when it's in motion

velocity

how fast and in what direction an object is traveling

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…