Acceleration in 1D Review

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Condensed tutorial on 1D kinematics, based off content from http://physicsclassroom.com

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Acceleration in 1D Review

  1. 1. 1D Kinematics Test Your Knowledge Review Your KnowledgeReinforce Your Knowledge
  2. 2. There are three types of graphs:• Position vs. Time – Shows the position of an object over time• Velocity vs. Time • Shows the rate at which the position of an object changes over time• Acceleration vs. Time – Shows the rate at which the velocity of an object changes over time
  3. 3. Position vs. Time
  4. 4. Velocity vs. TimeQUANTITATIVE (with numbers)QUALITATIVE (without numbers)
  5. 5. Different Velocity-Time Graphs (all show changing velocity)
  6. 6. Do the Dance!!!= sign (+/-) of velocity sign (+/-) of acceleration =
  7. 7. Complete with motion mapsDIFFERENT SITUATION EXAMPLESOF MOTION
  8. 8. Acceleration vs. TimeConstant Velocity (a=0) Constant Acceleration (a≠0)
  9. 9. Now, test yourselfLook at the following position time graphs, andsee if you can describe the motion of the object represented by the graph in complete statements
  10. 10. Answer• Constant velocity• Moving in the positive direction• Away from the origin
  11. 11. Answer• Slowing down in the negative direction• Toward the origin• Stopped for an instant• Turns around• Speeding up in the positive direction• Away from the origin
  12. 12. Answer• Slowing down in the positive direction• Stops for an instant• Speeding up in the negative direction
  13. 13. Answer• Slowing down in the positive direction• Away from the origin• Then comes to a stop
  14. 14. Answer• Speeds up in the positive direction• Away from the origin
  15. 15. Answer• Slowing down in the negative direction• Toward the origin• Then comes to a stop
  16. 16. Answer• Stopped -OR-• Not moving
  17. 17. Answer• Does not start at the origin• Constant velocity in the positive direction• Away from the origin• Stops for some time• Turns around• Constant velocity in the negative direction• Toward the origin
  18. 18. CHALLENGE QUESTION
  19. 19. (CHALLENGE) Answer• Slows down in the positive direction• Stops for an instant• Speeds up in the negative direction• Constant velocity in the negative direction• Slows down in the negative direction• Stops for an instant• Speeds up in the positive direction
  20. 20. How’d You Do?• If you did well, then you’re set!• If you need more practice, check the other notes/resources on the website and review this presentation

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