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VOCAB TERMS

TermDefinition
Reference Point A specific location on an object or in an object's environment used to monitor change of position.
Position An object's location at a given time(where an object is). Symbol: x
Initial Position An object's starting position. Symbol: xi
Final Position An object's ending position. Symbol: xf
Delta Change in value. Symbol: (triangle)
Distance How much (the amount) an object's initial and final positions change; always positive in value. Symbol: d d=(triangle)x d=1xf-xi1
Motion A change in position.
Best Fit Line or Line of Best Fit A straight line drawn through the center of a group of data points.
Increment A fixed amount.
Direct Relationship or Positive Correlation The x or y values data points both increase in value or they both decrease in value.
Indirect Relationship or Negative Correlation The x value data points increase, but the y value data points decrease or the x value data points decrease, but the y value data points increase.
Cyclic Relationship The x value data points and the y value data points go up and down in a predictable pattern.
Non-Related Relationship or Scattered There is no correlation between the x value data points and the y value data points.
Created by: walesclass