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Physics P4

flashcards on p4 physics

QuestionAnswer
What is the formula for speed? Speed = distance / time
On a distance-time graph, the gradient is equal to what? speed
The steeper the graph the... faster its going
If the line is going downhill what does this mean? coming back to the start
A Flat section on this type of graph means? stopped
How do you calculate the gradient? vertical / horizontal
what is the difference between velocity and speed speed only has a number wheras velocity has direction aswell
In velocity-time graphs the gradient equals? acceleration
flat sections on this graph are? steady/constant speed
The uphill sections equal? acceleration
downhill sections equal? deceleration
the area under any section of the graph is equal to? the distance travelled in that amount of time
Created by: lucyyyyy