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Motion

TermDefinition
speed Distance it travels divided by the time it takes to travel that distance The rate at which an object moves A measurement of an object's change in position over time
reference point An object or point relative to which movement is determined. Can be any object or location, whether it is moving or stationary
position The direction and distance the object is from a point of reference The _______ of an object is always changing when the object is in motion.
direction Straight-line path from a reference point to the object's position Path along which something is moving Can be described using words, such as •up or down •left or right •north, south, east, or west
motion Change in an object's position over time relative to a reference point
distance and time Identify which measurements of an object's motion need to be made in order to find its speed.
Average Speed Total Distance divided by Total Time
Created by: nwysocki