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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)

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)

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

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

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…

What is a reference point?

What is the most common frame of refer…

What is motion?

What two things must you know to find…

An object that appears to stay in place, which can be used to…

The Earth (non-moving objects too like buildings, trees, moun…

When an object changes position over time when compared with…

Speed = Distance/Time

What is a reference point?

An object that appears to stay in place, which can be used to…

What is the most common frame of refer…

The Earth (non-moving objects too like buildings, trees, moun…

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

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

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

motion

reference point

distance

displacement

An object's change in position in comparison to a reference p…

A place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…

How far an object has moved; the actual path of an object

the distance an object has moved

motion

An object's change in position in comparison to a reference p…

reference point

A place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…

The total displacement divided by the…

The rate at which velocity changes in…

The change in position of an object is…

When an object gains speed, the object…

Velocity

acceleration

displacement

faster

The total displacement divided by the…

Velocity

The rate at which velocity changes in…

acceleration

Independent Variable

Dependent Variable

Origin

Scalar Quanitity

the variable that you are not changing

the variable that you are changing

the starting point

one dimension measurement of a quantity (temperature, weight)

Independent Variable

the variable that you are not changing

Dependent Variable

the variable that you are changing

Independent variable

Dependent variable

Scalar quanity

Vector quanity

The controlled variable that affects something else (AKA X or…

The variable that depends on the independent variable (AKA Y…

Number only (Ex: 5 blocks)

Number (magnitude) and direction (Ex: 5 blocks forward)

Independent variable

The controlled variable that affects something else (AKA X or…

Dependent variable

The variable that depends on the independent variable (AKA Y…

Motion

Frame of reference

Distance

Speed

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

the background or the object that is used to compare motion to

An amount of space between two things or people.

The rate at which an object moves

Motion

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

Frame of reference

the background or the object that is used to compare motion to

Independent Variable

Dependent Variable

Scalar Quantity

Vector Quantity

An variable represented by x that effects the dependent varia…

An variable represented by y that changes if the independent…

Is one dimensional measurement of a quantity, like temperatur…

...

Independent Variable

An variable represented by x that effects the dependent varia…

Dependent Variable

An variable represented by y that changes if the independent…

independent variable

true/false there can be more then 1 in…

dependent variable

true/false there can be more then 1 de…

The variable that you do change.

FALSE

a variable whose value depends on the independent variable

TRUE

independent variable

The variable that you do change.

true/false there can be more then 1 in…

FALSE

motion

speed

velocity

acceleration

when an object changes position over time when compared with…

the rate at which an object moves

the speed of an object in a particular direction

the rate at which velocity changes

motion

when an object changes position over time when compared with…

speed

the rate at which an object moves

Displacement

Distance

Speed

Velocity

Overall change in position (how far you are from where you st…

How much ground you have covered (how far you have traveled)

A quantity that describes how fast or how slow an object is m…

A quantity that is defined as the rate at which an object's p…

Displacement

Overall change in position (how far you are from where you st…

Distance

How much ground you have covered (how far you have traveled)

Reference Point

speed

Vector Quantity

Scalar Quanity

Object that gives location according to a specific point

Total amount distance divided by amount of time

Magnitude and direction

Only number values

Reference Point

Object that gives location according to a specific point

speed

Total amount distance divided by amount of time

Acceleration

What is needed for acceleration to cha…

When an object's speed is increasing,…

When an object's speed is decreasing,…

rate at which velocity changes

slowing down, speeding up, or change in direction

accelerating

decelerating, or having negative acceleration

Acceleration

rate at which velocity changes

What is needed for acceleration to cha…

slowing down, speeding up, or change in direction

Independent Variable

True/False -There can be more than one…

Dependent Variable

Scientific Method

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

False

On the y axis... The outcome of the independent variable's influ…

The way of finding the answers to scientific questions

Independent Variable

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

True/False -There can be more than one…

False

Kinematics

Describe WHAT moves:

Describe WHERE

Distance

description of motion using words, equations, graphs

ex. car, ball, train, person ... Has mass

-distance (d)... -position (d) ... -displacement (change d)... -SI uni…

space between 2 points

Kinematics

description of motion using words, equations, graphs

Describe WHAT moves:

ex. car, ball, train, person ... Has mass

Question: What is a reference point?

Question: What is an example of a refe…

Question: What is distance?

Question: What is an example of distan…

Answer: An object observed in relation to other objects

Answer: North, South, East, West

Answer: How far an object goes or travels

Answer: ... miles... inches... feet... etc.

Question: What is a reference point?

Answer: An object observed in relation to other objects

Question: What is an example of a refe…

Answer: North, South, East, West

Define velocity

What does velocity always mean?

What is the preferred unit of velocity?

What is the symbol for velocity?

Rate of change in position

A ratio with time in the denominator

m/s (meters per second)

V

Define velocity

Rate of change in position

What does velocity always mean?

A ratio with time in the denominator

speed

velocity

distance

displacement

how fast an object is moving

how fast an object is moving and in what direction

(add) the length an object traveled (scalar)

(same direct add, diff direc sub) the change in position of a…

speed

how fast an object is moving

velocity

how fast an object is moving and in what direction

motion diagram

particle model

vector

scalar

shows an object in motion through images

motion diagram in which the object in motion has been replace…

quantities that have both size and direction; can be represen…

quantities that are only numbers without direction

motion diagram

shows an object in motion through images

particle model

motion diagram in which the object in motion has been replace…

What is a vector?

What are some examples of vectors?

How do you calculate speed?

What does a distance-time graph look l…

It has a direction and a size.

Displacement... Velocity... Force... Acceleration

speed (m/s) = distance (m)/ time (s)

What is a vector?

It has a direction and a size.

What are some examples of vectors?

Displacement... Velocity... Force... Acceleration

A car travels 231 km in 6 hours. What…

A car travels at a speed of 95 km/hr f…

A car travels at a speed of 58 km/hr o…

A car travels 357 km in 9 hours. What…

38.5 km/hr

332.5 km

4.31 hr

39.67 km/hr

A car travels 231 km in 6 hours. What…

38.5 km/hr

A car travels at a speed of 95 km/hr f…

332.5 km

A car travels 231 km in 6 hours. What…

A car travels at a speed of 95 km/hr f…

A car travels at a speed of 58 km/hr o…

A car travels 357 km in 9 hours. What…

38.5 km/hr

332.5 km

4.31 hr

39.67 km/hr

A car travels 231 km in 6 hours. What…

38.5 km/hr

A car travels at a speed of 95 km/hr f…

332.5 km

Particle Model

Why do we draw particle models instead…

Position

Distance

Simplified version of a motion diagram in which the object in…

Easier to draw dots than actual pictures

Seperation between an object and the origin

how far the object is from the origin

Particle Model

Simplified version of a motion diagram in which the object in…

Why do we draw particle models instead…

Easier to draw dots than actual pictures

What is the formula for speed/velocity?

What is the unit for speed?

What is the formula for average speed?

What is the unit for distance?

Distance over time

m/s

Total distance over total time

Meters (m)

What is the formula for speed/velocity?

Distance over time

What is the unit for speed?

m/s

What do you need to know to determine…

what is the difference between speed a…

how do scientists define acceleration

velocity is an ______ and a ______ in…

speed and direction of an objects motion

velocity depends on speed and direction not just speed

the rate at which velocity changes

increase, decrease

What do you need to know to determine…

speed and direction of an objects motion

what is the difference between speed a…

velocity depends on speed and direction not just speed

Vector

Magnitude

Scalar

Direction

Quantity that has both magnitude and direction (displacement,…

How much (number and units)

Quantity that only has magnitude (temperature, mass, distance…

Which way (+/-)

Vector

Quantity that has both magnitude and direction (displacement,…

Magnitude

How much (number and units)

Speed formula

Velocity formula

Acceleration formula

force

Distance travled / time to travel distance

If the motion is constant and in one direction, the speed for…

change in velocity / change in time

a push or a pull on an object

Speed formula

Distance travled / time to travel distance

Velocity formula

If the motion is constant and in one direction, the speed for…

position

constant velocity

motion

distance

the point occupied by a physical object in relation to surrou…

an object travels the same distance every second

the action of moving

how much an object moves

position

the point occupied by a physical object in relation to surrou…

constant velocity

an object travels the same distance every second

Displacement

Distance

Magnitude

Position

The straight line distance and direction from one point to an…

(d) A scalar quantity that describes the length of a path bet…

Refers to the size of a measurement or the amount (number) yo…

A vector quantity that describes a specific point relative to…

Displacement

The straight line distance and direction from one point to an…

Distance

(d) A scalar quantity that describes the length of a path bet…

independent variable

dependent variable

Scalar quantity

vector quantity

The experimental factor that is manipulated; the variable who…

The outcome factor; the variable that may change in response…

a quantity that is completely described by magnitude only

A quantity that has both a magnitude and direction.

independent variable

The experimental factor that is manipulated; the variable who…

dependent variable

The outcome factor; the variable that may change in response…

Independent Variable

Dependent Variable

Scalar Quantity

Vector Quantity

The variable that you change (x)

The variable that you measure (y)

Described with ONLY magnitude (Numbers)

Described with BOTH magnitude (Numbers) and Direction

Independent Variable

The variable that you change (x)

Dependent Variable

The variable that you measure (y)

model

accuracy

precision

metrology

representation of objects and events; tools to explain the na…

degree of closeness of a measured quantity to its true value.

how close measurements are to each other.

study of measurement.

model

representation of objects and events; tools to explain the na…

accuracy

degree of closeness of a measured quantity to its true value.

speed

average speed

instantaneous speed

constant speed

the rate at which a position changes (v)

the total distance traveled divided by the travel time

the actual speed at a single known point

moving at a speed that stays the same

speed

the rate at which a position changes (v)

average speed

the total distance traveled divided by the travel time

model

accuracy

precision

random errors

representation of objects or events; tools to explain the nat…

degree of closeness of a measured quantity to its true value

how close measurements are to each other

not always predictable

model

representation of objects or events; tools to explain the nat…

accuracy

degree of closeness of a measured quantity to its true value