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Pressure & Motion

m/s is the unit for? Speed
m/s2 is the unit for? Acceleration
The distance travelled per unit of time is known as? Speed
The rate of change of speed is known as? Acceleration
Speed = time/distance True or false False
The distance travelled in a unit time in a certain direction is known as Velocity
Acceleration = final speed - starting speed/time taken True or flase True
The formula for pressure = force/ Fill in missing part Area
Pressure in a liquid ............ with depth in a liquid Increases
The pressure exerted by the air around the surface of the Earth is known as Atmospheric pressure
The unit for pressure is the? Pascal
An increase in pressure ............... the boiling point of water Increases
A wider tyre exerts less pressure on the ground than a narrower tyre. True or false True
The unit for force is the? Newton
Speed = distance/ What's the missing variable? Time
Created by: scienceatkcc