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Science Chapter 1

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Motion When the distance between one object and another changes.
Reference Point
When is an object moving? When it's distance from a reference point is changing.
International System of Units System of measuring that all scientists use. (SI)
How do you find speed? Distance -------- Time
Velocity Speed in a given direction. (When you know the speed and direction of an object you know the velocity.)
Constant speed When an objects speed stays the same.
How do you find distance? Distance X Time
When you want to find out the distance will travel in a certain amount of time and you know it's speed what is the formula? Distance X Time
Acceleration Final velocity - Initial velocity --------------------------------- Time
FACTS- Acceleration in everyday terms is the process of speeding up FACTS- increasing speed, decreasing speed, or change in direction are all ways an object can accelerate
Created by: verreaultkaitlin