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# Vel/Acc

### Velocity and Acceleration emphasizing graphing

Rate of change in position (no direction) Speed
Rate of change in position (with direction) Velocity
Rate of change in velocity Acceleration
m/s Velocity
Sum of all forces on an object Net Force
m/s/s Acceleration
Newtons Force
meters Distance/Displacement
Used to represent velocity Distance-Time Graph
Used to represent acceleration Velocity-Time Graph
Represented by a horizontal line on a distance-time graph Not moving
Represented by a horizontal line on a velocity-time graph Moving at a constant speed
Represented by a straight line going up and to the right on a distance-time graph Moving at a constant speed
Represented by a straight line going up and to the right on a velocity-time graph Speeding up at a constant rate
Represented by a curve going to the right and up on a distance-time graph Speeding up at a constant rate
This word describes an object's resistance to change its motion inertia
Inertia is closely connected to this property of matter mass
The force of gravity pulling on an object weight
The amount of matter in an object mass
The amount of space an object occupies (takes up) volume
Joules energy
Watts Power
Required to change the velocity of an object Net Force
Law of Physics that describes inertia Newton's First Law
Ratio of force to mass acceleration
Can be calculated by squaring velocity and multiplying by mass kinetic energy
Ratio of change in velocity to time acceleration
Ratio of distance to time velocity/speed
Ratio of mass to volume density
Can be increased to increase inertia mass
3 ways to change velocity speed up, slow down, change direction
Force that goes in the opposite direction of motion when matter touches friction
Created by: jaredlovering