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Calculation Science

A squirrel climbing a tree at a rate of 2 m/s Both
A skater is halfway down a ramp, moving at 8 mph Kinetic Energy
A bird is flying at a velocity of 8 m/s Both
What’s the difference between speed and velocity speed- how fast something is going velocity- speed with direction
Units for Speed km/hr; m/s
Units for Velocity km/hour SOUTH or m/s EAST
how to calculate speed S = D/T
Acceleration is how quickly an object changes its VELOCITY
Deceleration is how quickly an object is decreasing its speed
CALCULATE Acceleration velocity divided by time time
CALCULATE Distance velocity times time
CALCULATE Velocity distance divided by time
CALCULATE Time distance divided by velocity
examples of acceleration Speeding up, changing direction
examples of deceleration Slowing down
When you CHANGE DIRECTIONS you are actually accelerating. Why? acceleration happens whenever your VELOCITY changes.
Created by: smileyk