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front 1 What is measured in m/s? | back 1 Speed, Velocity |

front 2 What is measured in m/s^2? | back 2 Acceleration |

front 3 What can be measured in meters (m)? | back 3 Distance, Displacement |

front 4 What is distance? | back 4 How far you have traveled. How many steps you have gone. Direction not needed. (fitness) |

front 5 What is displacement? | back 5 How far you are from your starting point. Include direction |

front 6 Displacement symbol- | back 6 Delta X (triangle X) |

front 7 Displacement unit- | back 7 meters (m) |

front 8 Distance unit- | back 8 meters (m) |

front 9 Scalar- | back 9 Does not include direction, only size |

front 10 Vectors- | back 10 Include direction and magnitude (how much) |

front 11 Average speed= | back 11 Distance/Time |

front 12 Average velocity= | back 12 Displacement/Time |

front 13 What is Average speed and Average Veloctiy measured in? | back 13 m/s |

front 14 Average= | back 14 How fast you are going on Average |

front 15 Instanteous= | back 15 How fast you are going in the moment |

front 16 In a postion v. time graph, what does the slope tell you? | back 16 Average Velocity |

front 17 What does the rise/run = in a p v. t graph? | back 17 Delta X/T (Displacement/Time in Secs) |

front 18 What is the postion symbol? | back 18 X |

front 19 What is position measured in? | back 19 meters (m) |

front 20 What does it mean when the slope is zero? | back 20 Horizontal Line, Stopped |

front 21 What is acceleration? | back 21 Change in velocity over time |

front 22 3 ways to accelerate? | back 22 1. Change in direction 2. Speed up (start moving) 3. Slow down (stop moving) |

front 23 How can a falling object speed up? | back 23 By falling for longer |

front 24 How do you slow down an object in motion? | back 24 Push in opposite direction of motion |

front 25 How do you make a moving object go faster? | back 25 Push in direction on current motion |

front 26 What is acceleration measured in? | back 26 m/s^2 |

front 27 What is the acceleration of falling objects on earth? | back 27 -10 m/s^2 |

front 28 Name the vectors- | back 28 Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration |

front 29 Name the Scalars- | back 29 Speed, Direction |

front 30 What does the slope represent in a p v. t graph? | back 30 Velocity |

front 31 What does the sign of the slope mean in a p v. t graph? | back 31 direction |

front 32 What does the y-intercept of a p v. t graph represent? | back 32 Starting postion |

front 33 What does the steepness of a slope mean in a p v. t graph? | back 33 Speed |

front 34 What does the slope represent in a velocity v. time graph? | back 34 Acceleration |

front 35 What does the y-intercept represent in a v v. t graph? | back 35 Starting velocity |

front 36 When is the velocity of a object thrown upward zero? | back 36 At the highest point |

front 37 When the sign of velocity = + and the sign of accleration = +, is it speeding up or slowing down? | back 37 Speeding Up |

front 38 When the signs of velocity and accleration are different, is the object speeding up or slowing down? | back 38 Slowing Down |

front 39 Sign for average velocity | back 39 Vavg |

front 40 What is average velocity measured in? | back 40 M/s |

front 41 Initial Velocity Sign | back 41 VI |

front 42 Initial velocity unit | back 42 m/s |

front 43 Final Velocity Sign | back 43 VF |

front 44 Final Velocity unit? | back 44 m/s |

front 45 Acceleration Sign | back 45 A |

front 46 Dropped objects started with a velocity of... | back 46 zero |

front 47 Thrown objects start with a velocity of... | back 47 not zero |