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Magnetism & Motion

Position the location of an object compared to a reference point
Origin a fixed reference point
Speed the distance an object travels divided by the time it takes
velocity speed with DIRECTION
Average Speed the total distance divided by the total time for a trip
speed formula s = d/t
m/s units of speed
km/h units of speed
Magnet ends north & south poles
Elements that are highly magnetic IRON , NICKEL , COBALT
Like poles of a magnet (N-N or S-S) REPEL
Un-like poles of a magnet (N-S) ATTRACT
A turtle travels 20 meters in 5 seconds, what is its average speed? 4 m/s
In 10 seconds a horse ran 50 feet, what is its average speed? 5 ft/s
A change in position is referred to as Motion
Created by: bellis1122