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Speed Review II

speed, velocity, acceleration

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slope of a position vs. time graph speed
area under an acceleration vs. time graph change in velocity
area under a velocity vs. time graph displacement
distance divided by time speed
displacement divided by time velocity
change in velocity divided by time acceleration
quantity including magnitude (amount) only scalar
quantity including both magnitude (amount) and direction vector
IRL, this force always opposes motion friction
starting point for motion frame of reference
acceleration due to gravity -9.81 m/s2
velocity if object ends up back where it started 0 m/s
slope of a velocity vs. time graph acceleration
what's happening to velocity of a falling object decreasing
what's happening to the acceleration of a falling object stays same/constant
Created by: cadetjt