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A summary of the take-home messages of Unit 2 on Constant Velocity. This infographic was made on the Avery template 5164 for Word. It requires 4" x 3.33" shipping labels for print.

A summary of the take-home messages of Unit 2 on Constant Velocity. This infographic was made on the Avery template 5164 for Word. It requires 4" x 3.33" shipping labels for print.

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    • Constant  Velocity  Model   Constant  Velocity  Model   From  a  position-­‐time  graph,  an  objects  position  can  be  predicted   From  a  position-­‐time  graph,  an  objects  position  can  be  predicted   based  on  its  starting  position,  velocity,  and  time  interval  of  travel   based  on  its  starting  position,  velocity,  and  time  interval  of  travel   Δx Δx v= v= x f − xi Δt x f − xi Δt slope = slope = t f − ti t f − ti x = vt + xi x = vt + xi Buggy Lab Buggy Lab The objects The objectsWhen velocity is constant,a graph of velocity v. time v = vi displacement is equal to the area When velocity is constant, a graph of velocity v. time v = vi displacement is equal to the areawill be a horizontal line under the curve will be a horizontal line under the curveand the velocity at any and the velocity at anytime will be equal to the Δx = vt time will be equal to the Δx = vtstarting velocity starting velocity Constant  Velocity  Model   Constant  Velocity  Model   From  a  position-­‐time  graph,  an  objects  position  can  be  predicted   From  a  position-­‐time  graph,  an  objects  position  can  be  predicted   based  on  its  starting  position,  velocity,  and  time  interval  of  travel   based  on  its  starting  position,  velocity,  and  time  interval  of  travel   Δx Δx v= v= x f − xi Δt x f − xi Δt slope = slope = t f − ti t f − ti x = vt + xi x = vt + xi Buggy Lab Buggy Lab The objects The objectsWhen velocity is constant,a graph of velocity v. time v = vi displacement is equal to the area When velocity is constant, a graph of velocity v. time v = vi displacement is equal to the areawill be a horizontal line under the curve will be a horizontal line under the curveand the velocity at any and the velocity at anytime will be equal to the Δx = vt time will be equal to the Δx = vtstarting velocity starting velocity Constant  Velocity  Model   Constant  Velocity  Model   From  a  position-­‐time  graph,  an  objects  position  can  be  predicted   From  a  position-­‐time  graph,  an  objects  position  can  be  predicted   based  on  its  starting  position,  velocity,  and  time  interval  of  travel   based  on  its  starting  position,  velocity,  and  time  interval  of  travel   Δx Δx v= v= x f − xi Δt x f − xi Δt slope = slope = t f − ti t f − ti x = vt + xi x = vt + xi Buggy Lab Buggy Lab The objects The objectsWhen velocity is constant,a graph of velocity v. time v = vi displacement is equal to the area When velocity is constant, a graph of velocity v. time v = vi displacement is equal to the areawill be a horizontal line under the curve will be a horizontal line under the curveand the velocity at any and the velocity at anytime will be equal to the Δx = vt time will be equal to the Δx = vtstarting velocity starting velocity