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Jeremy Struckel

Chpt. 11 Vocab.

Frame of Reference a system of objects that are not moving in respect to one another.
Relative Motion Movement in relation to frame of reference.
Distance Length of the path between two points.
Vector A quantity that has magnitude and direction.
Resultant Vector The vector sum, of two or more vectors.
Speed The ratio of the distance an object movies to the amount of time the object moves.
Average Speed Computed for the entire duration of the trip.
Instantaneous Speed Measured at a particular instant.
Velocity A description of both speed and direction of motion.
Acceleration The rate of which velocity changes.
Free Fall The movement of an object toward Earth solely because of gravity.
Constant Acceleration A steady change in velocity.
Linear Graph Displayed data form straight-line parts.
Nonlinear Graph A curve connects the data points.
Created by: JeremyStruckel