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Density & Motion

Revision of Motion and Density chapter

What is speed? The distance travelled per unit time
What are the standard units of speed? metres per second (m/s)
If a car travels a distance of 60km in 2 hours, calculate the average speed of the car. 30km/h
If a runner runs at a speed of 4m/s, what distance would he travel in 8 seconds? 32m
How long would it take a walker to travel a distance of 100km, walking at a speed of 2km/h? 50hours
What is acceleration? The rate of change of speed.
What are the standard units of acceleration? metres per second squared (m/s2)
If a runner starting from rest reaches his maximum speed of 12m/s in 4 seconds, what is his acceleration? 3 m/s2
If a car moving at a speed of 40m/s brakes suddenly down to a speed of 10m/s in a time of 3 seconds, calculate the cars deceleration. -10m/s2
What is velocity? The speed and the direction in which something is moving.
What is density? The mass per unit volume of a substance.
What are the standard units of density? (kilogrammes per metre cubed) kg/m3
What is the density of copper if 223g of it occupies a space of 25cm3? 8.91g/cm3
If the density of oil is 0.8g/cm3, what volume would 20g of it occupy? 25cm3
If a gradutated cylinder is filled with syrup at the bottom, water in the middle and oil at the top, which of the three liquids has the lowest density? The Oil
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