#### Study sets matching "velocity"

#### Study sets matching "velocity"

Independent Variable

True/false: There can be more than 1 i…

Accuracy

Identify: If all the darts are on the…

The variable that you think will make the other change, the v…

false

The quality of being correct or right on the target.

...

Independent Variable

The variable that you think will make the other change, the v…

True/false: There can be more than 1 i…

false

Motion

Speed

Velocity

Acceleration

An objects change in position relative to a reference point

distance/time

The speed of an object in a specific direction

Rate at which velocity changes over time, object accelerates…

Motion

An objects change in position relative to a reference point

Speed

distance/time

independent variable

True/False. There can be more than one…

Accuracy

The original sample was 3g. The sample…

The variable that you think will make the other change, the v…

False

Being close or exact with the original or intended piece.

No

independent variable

The variable that you think will make the other change, the v…

True/False. There can be more than one…

False

Independent variable

True or false. There can be more than…

Dependent Variable

True or false. The dependent variable…

Comes after If the hypothesis ... On the X-axis ... What the scient…

false

Is on the Y- axis ... Depends on the independent variable ... What…

False

Independent variable

Comes after If the hypothesis ... On the X-axis ... What the scient…

True or false. There can be more than…

false

motion

speed

units for speed

velocity

An object's change in position with regards to a reference po…

the distance traveled by an object divided by the time taken…

(m/s), (km/h), (ft/s), (mi/h)

the speed of an object in a particular direction

motion

An object's change in position with regards to a reference po…

speed

the distance traveled by an object divided by the time taken…

independent variable

t or f-there can be more than one inde…

accuracy

t or f- if the arrows are all close to…

the variable that you think will make the other change. varia…

false

being close to the right answer or target.

false

independent variable

the variable that you think will make the other change. varia…

t or f-there can be more than one inde…

false

distance

speed

speed formula

instantaneous speed

The length of a path between two points

Distance an object travels per unit of time

s=d/t

The rate at which an object is moving at a given moment in time

distance

The length of a path between two points

speed

Distance an object travels per unit of time

Independent Variable

True/False - There can be more than on…

Dependent Variable

True/False - The dependent variable de…

- Comes after IF in a hypothesis... - On the x axis ... - What the…

False

- Depends on the independent variable... - On the y axis... - Comes…

True

Independent Variable

- Comes after IF in a hypothesis... - On the x axis ... - What the…

True/False - There can be more than on…

False

Force

Motion

Reference Point

Speed

a push or a pull

a change in the position of an object with respect to time

a stationary object that is used to describe an object's motion

distance an object moves per given unit of time

Force

a push or a pull

Motion

a change in the position of an object with respect to time

distance

displacement

speed

speed

how far it is from one point to another

how far and in what direction an object is from where it star…

the distance traveled divided by the time it took to travel t…

distance divided by time s= d/t...speed is the rate of change…

distance

how far it is from one point to another

displacement

how far and in what direction an object is from where it star…

Speed

Reference point

Motion

Constant speed

Is a distance an object travel per unit of time.

A stationary object used to show an object is moving

Is the process of changing position.

Is when the same distance is travel each second.

Speed

Is a distance an object travel per unit of time.

Reference point

A stationary object used to show an object is moving

Speed

formula for speed

Point of reference

Average speed

the distance an object moves per unit of time.

Distance divided by Time

something that is not moving that can be used to compare to

Total Distance traveled / Total Time it takes

Speed

the distance an object moves per unit of time.

formula for speed

Distance divided by Time

what is distance

what is velocity

how is velocity different from speed

hownto calculate velocity

velocity x time

distance an object travels per unit of time

its not how fast is the distance traveled

distance by velocity

what is distance

velocity x time

what is velocity

distance an object travels per unit of time

Robot Parked partially on Center Vorte…

Robot Parked fully on Center Vortex ba…

Robot Parked partially on Corner Vorte…

Robot Parked fully on Corner Vortex (A…

5 points

10 points

5 points

10 points

Robot Parked partially on Center Vorte…

5 points

Robot Parked fully on Center Vortex ba…

10 points

Speed

Constant Speed

Instantaneous Speed

Average Speed

Is the measure of distance an object travels per unit of time.

Speed that remains the same.

Speed at a specific instant.

The total distance traveled DIVIDED by the total time taken t…

Speed

Is the measure of distance an object travels per unit of time.

Constant Speed

Speed that remains the same.

Speed

formula for speed

Point of reference

Average speed

the distance an object moves per unit of time.

Distance divided by Time

something that is not moving that can be used to compare to

Total Distance traveled / Total Time it takes

Speed

the distance an object moves per unit of time.

formula for speed

Distance divided by Time

extrinsic

intrinsic

proprietor

congenial

external; coming from outside

(adj) belonging to the essential nature of a thing

owner of a business

(adj) pleasant to be around; social, agreeable

extrinsic

external; coming from outside

intrinsic

(adj) belonging to the essential nature of a thing

Speed

Average Speed

Instantaneous speed

Velocity

The distance an object moves per unit of time.

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

The speed at which an object is moving at a given instant in…

The measurement that combines both the speed and direction of…

Speed

The distance an object moves per unit of time.

Average Speed

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

speed

velocity

speed - tells us how fast an object mo…

relative to a reference point with dir…

distance traveled divided by the time interval during which t…

the speed of an object in a particular direction, like north,…

the difference between speed and velocity?

what is velocity described as?

speed

distance traveled divided by the time interval during which t…

velocity

the speed of an object in a particular direction, like north,…

Independent Variable

Dependent Variable

Scalar Quantity

Vector Quantity

The variable that changes the dependent variable; the x-value…

The variable that depends on the changes of the independent v…

Scalar is speed or distance over time; magnitude/number only

Vector is velocity or displacement over time; magnitude and d…

Independent Variable

The variable that changes the dependent variable; the x-value…

Dependent Variable

The variable that depends on the changes of the independent v…

kinematics

relative motion

frame of reference

scalar

the study of things move

everything moves with respect to something else

different observers and different locations

have only size/magnitude (number & unit)

kinematics

the study of things move

relative motion

everything moves with respect to something else

Independent Variable

Dependent Variable

Scalar quantity

Vector quantity

The variable that isn't changed by other variables

A variable that depends on the independent variable

dimensional measurement of quantity, like height or temperatu…

has more than one number associated with it (velocity)

Independent Variable

The variable that isn't changed by other variables

Dependent Variable

A variable that depends on the independent variable

Total Distance

Displacement

Change of Direction at t=a

Position S(t) after the first a seconds

Add all the areas above and below... the x‐axis from a to b

Add all the areas above and subtract... all the areas below the…

The velocity graph crosses the x‐axis

Add the initial position to all the... areas above and subtract…

Total Distance

Add all the areas above and below... the x‐axis from a to b

Displacement

Add all the areas above and subtract... all the areas below the…

position

displacement

distance (d)

slope

a location relative to a reference point

a change in position (usually measured in distance)

the amount of displacement

rise over run (steepness of a graph)

position

a location relative to a reference point

displacement

a change in position (usually measured in distance)

Position

Displacement

Distance(d)

Slope

A location relative to a reference point

A change in position(usually measured in meters)

The amount of displacement

Rise over run(steepness of a graph)

Position

A location relative to a reference point

Displacement

A change in position(usually measured in meters)

independent variable

dependent variable

scalar quanity

vector quanity

The variable that isn't changed by other variables

The variable that changes

Number only

Number and direction - positive or negative

independent variable

The variable that isn't changed by other variables

dependent variable

The variable that changes

Frame of Reference

relative motion

distance

displacement

a point in which motion is determined

the difference in two objects

the measurement of how far the object has traveled

the difference of an object from the starting to the finishin…

Frame of Reference

a point in which motion is determined

relative motion

the difference in two objects

Independent variable

Dependent Variable

scalar quantity

vector quantity

An variable represented by x that effects the dependent varia…

depends on another variable

the one Demerol measurement

one dimensional measurement of a quantity, A vector has more…

Independent variable

An variable represented by x that effects the dependent varia…

Dependent Variable

depends on another variable

Vso

Vs1

Vx

Vy

41 knots. The lower limit of the white arc, which is the stal…

47 knots. Lower limit of the green arc and is the stalling sp…

62 knots. "Best angle-of-climb airspeed"; the max vertical ga…

74 knots. "Best rate-of-climb airspeed"; the max altitude gai…

Vso

41 knots. The lower limit of the white arc, which is the stal…

Vs1

47 knots. Lower limit of the green arc and is the stalling sp…

frame of reference

magnitude

direction

position

A point or set of points, assumed to be stationary, used as t…

Refers to size and is expressed as a numerical value

The distance-independent relationship between two points in s…

Refers to where an object is relative to a frame of reference

frame of reference

A point or set of points, assumed to be stationary, used as t…

magnitude

Refers to size and is expressed as a numerical value

position

origin

speed

velocity

is a variable given relative to an origin.

is a place where position equals 0.

describes how quickly something moves from one place to anoth…

is the speed in a given direction.

position

is a variable given relative to an origin.

origin

is a place where position equals 0.

Quantity

Unit

Three fundamental quantities

Constant Position

anything that can be measured

what you measure a quantity in

Time - Seconds... Mass - Kilograms... Distance - Meters... any other…

This means an object is not moving

Quantity

anything that can be measured

Unit

what you measure a quantity in

Independent varible

Velocity

speed

displacement

a variable (often denoted by x ) whose variation does not dep…

the rate of which an object changes its position

how fast an object is moving

overall change in position.

Independent varible

a variable (often denoted by x ) whose variation does not dep…

Velocity

the rate of which an object changes its position

Speed

Constant speed

Instantaneous speed

Average speed

is a measure of the distance an object travels per unit of time

is the rate of change of position in which the same distance…

is speed at a specific instant in time

is the total distance traveled divided by the total time take…

Speed

is a measure of the distance an object travels per unit of time

Constant speed

is the rate of change of position in which the same distance…

independent variable

dependent variable

scalar quantity

vector quantity

A variable that you're experimenting on; changing.

The variable that you're measuring.

Distance and not direction; only in numerical form.

A physical measurement that contains directional information

independent variable

A variable that you're experimenting on; changing.

dependent variable

The variable that you're measuring.

independent variable

dependent variable

scalar quantity

vector quantity

variable that doesn't depend on the other

Depends on the other

one dimensional measurement of a quantity

have magnitude and direction scalars only have magnitude

independent variable

variable that doesn't depend on the other

dependent variable

Depends on the other

Motion Diagrams

Vector

Position

Displacement

A series of images showing an object's position at equal time…

A quantity that has both magnitude and direction.

A vector with the arrow's tail at the origin of a coordinate…

Change in position

Motion Diagrams

A series of images showing an object's position at equal time…

Vector

A quantity that has both magnitude and direction.

Position

Displacement

Distance

Slope

A location relative to a reference point

Its change in position( usually measured im meters)

The amount of displacement

Rise over run steepness of a graph

Position

A location relative to a reference point

Displacement

Its change in position( usually measured im meters)

Independant Variable

TRUE/FALSE: There can be more than 1 i…

Origins

Energy

the variable that you think will will make the other change,…

False

how something came to be

Ability to do work

Independant Variable

the variable that you think will will make the other change,…

TRUE/FALSE: There can be more than 1 i…

False

Position

Displacement

Distance (d)

Slope

A location relative to a reference point

A change in position (usually measured in meters)

The amount of displacement

The steepness of a graph (rise over run)

Position

A location relative to a reference point

Displacement

A change in position (usually measured in meters)

Accent

Aesthetic

Allegory

Alliteration

In poetry, the stressed portion of a word.

Concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.

A story in which each aspect of the story has a symbolic mean…

The repetition of initial consonant sounds.

Accent

In poetry, the stressed portion of a word.

Aesthetic

Concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.

Independent Variable

Dependent Variable

Scientific Method

Energy

Comes after if in a hypothesis, its on the x axis, its what t…

whose value depends on that of other

is an ongoing process, which usually begins with observations…

is a property of objects which can be transferred to other ob…

Independent Variable

Comes after if in a hypothesis, its on the x axis, its what t…

Dependent Variable

whose value depends on that of other