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.+-is a system of object that are not moving with respect to one another A Frame of Referance
is movement in relation to a frame of reference Relative Motion
is the length of a path between two points Distance
is a quantity that has magnitude and direction Vector
the vector sum of two or moer vectors Resultant Vector
is the ratio of the distance an object moves to the amount of time the object move Speed
is the total traveled,d, divided by the time,t, it takes to travel that time Average Speed
is the rate at which an object is moving at a given moment in time Instantaneous Speed
the speed and direction in which an objects is moving Velocity
the rate at which velocity changes Acceleration
the movement of an object toward earth solely because of gravity Free Fall
is a steady change in velocity Constant Accelration
in which the displayed data form straight-line parts. Linear Graph
a curve conntecting the data points that are plotted Non-Linear Graph