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Motion Test Question

Speed in a given direction velocity
The distance an object travels per unit it of time speed
How is velocity and speed different velocity is speed in a given direction and speed isnt
how does changing direction affect acceleration slows down or speeds up acceleration
what does the slope of a line on a graph give you speed
what is the most common unit we use to measure distance meters
what are two example of reference point staying still moving fast house ttees
how does sped,velocity, and acceleration relate to each other acceleration relys on velocity, velocity relays on speed
equation for speed is... speed = distance divided by time
equation for acceleration is... acceleration = final speed - initial speed divided by time
the rate at which velocity changes acceleration
a place or object used for comparison to determine if a object is in motion refrence point
Created by: ewoodham