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1-D Motion review

Physics Review of motion in 1 direction

QuestionAnswer
slope of a velocity vs time graph acceleration
slope of a position vs time graph speed
quantity that is both magnitude and direction vector
acceleration of a falling body near Earth surface -9.81 m/s/s
velocity of a falling object at it's highest point 0 m/s
quantity that is magnitude only scalar
distance divided by time speed
area under the slope of a velocity vs. time graph displacement
area under the slope of an acceleration vs. time graph change in velocity
straight line on a position vs. time graph object at rest
straight line on a velocity vs. time graph constant velocity
displacement divided by time velocity
IRL, force that always opposes motion friction
In theory, the only force acting on a falling body gravity
starting point for motion frame of reference
Created by: cadetjt