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Physics Test 2

NHS 2014-2015 Physics

QuestionAnswer
Hypotenuse of triangle Can be found by multiplying the adjacent leg by the Cosine of the angle degree. Observe
Observe First step in the Scientific Method
Test Last step in the Scientific Method
LabQuest Small computer used in the Physics classes
Motion detector Sensor that allows you to measure distance and velocity
Tangent Math function that shows a ratio of rise over run.
Slope can be found Taking change in position (y axis) divided by change in time (x axis)
Change in position divided by change in time Represents an object's velocity
If the slope of a line does not change It is constant.
If the slope is constant The acceleration is 0.
Velocity (y axis) divided by time (x axis)on a graph Will represent acceleration.
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