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Unit 2 Buggy Lab

Mrs. Woods' Unit 2 Buggy Lab

x position where the object is located
(triangle)x displacement how far you are relative to where the object started, and in which direction
x(0) initial position where the object is located initially
v velocity the slope of a graph of position vs. time
d distance the length of the path traveled during a time interval; in total, how far the object traveled
velocity or avg. velocity (triangle)x/(triangle)t= v
displacement or (triangle)x x(f)-x(0)=(triangle)x
general equation that represents constant velocity motion x=vt+x(0)
positive direction north or east
negative direction south or west
(triangle)x (triangle)x=vt
avg. speed or speed d/t=s
vector quantities described by a magnitude and a direction ex: displacement & velocity
scalar quantities described by a magnitude ex: distance & speed
displacement area under the curve a=vt