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Physic terms

What is; Any quantity in Physics that REQUIRES a direction Vector
PTG: Horizontal line means? No Motion
PTG: Negative Slope Going back or turning around
PTG: Steep Slope Fast motion
VTG: Negative Slope Negitive acceleration
VTG: Horizontal line Constant Speed
VTG: Sloped line uniform or constant acceleration
What is; Speration between an object and a reference point Position
What is; Motion in relation to a frame of reference Relative Motion
What is; Change in Position Motion
What is; Point of qhich motion can be determined Frame of Reference
What is; Speed with direction Velocity
What is; list some vectors Velocity Displacement
What is; length of path between two objects Distance
What is; Change in position of an object Displacement
What is; equation for speed of an object v=distance time
what is; speed that represents motion over a period of time Average Speed
what is; speed that does NOT change Constant speed
PTG: Straight line Constant or Uniform speed
VTG: Horizontal line at ZERO! No motion, not moving
What is; Rate of motion at any given moment in time Instantaneous Speed
What is; Rate of change of postion Speed
What is; If displacement is not along a straight line, you draw a vector from start to finish which is called... Resultant
What is; A quantity possessing only magnitude Scalar
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