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VIM Terms/Definition

Vocab words

Speed A measure of how fast an object is traveling
Veer A change in direction or course OR TO change the direction or course.
Baseline A specific value or values that can serve as a basis for comparison.
Centerline The line that determines the veer of the coaster car.
Reference point An object or location with which the position of a 2nd object is compared over time to determine if the 2nd object is moving.
Iteration A repetition that attempts to improve on a process or product.
System A set of parts so related or interconnected that they work as a whole.
Direct relationship A relationship between 2 variables that increase or decrease together.
Inverse relationship A relationship between 2 variables in which 1 variable increases as the other decreases
Inertia The tendency of an object 2 resist any change in its motion.
Created by: Alex Jackson