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    Acceleration Acceleration Presentation Transcript

    • Motion Continued Notes in two column format
    • Acceleration
      • Rate at which velocity changes
      • Can be direction or speed
      • Can be faster or slower
      23
    • Acceleration
      • = Final speed – Initial speed / Time
      • Ex: Final speed = 40 m/s Initial speed = 0 m/s
      • Time = 5 sec
      • A = (40 m/s – 0 m/s) / 5 s
      • A = (40 m/s) / 5 s
      • A = 8 m/s 2
      24 *
      • A = Final speed – Initial speed / Time
      • Ex: Final speed = 30 m/s
      • Initial speed = 10 m/s
      • Time = 2 sec
      • A = (30 m/s – 10 m/s) / 2 s
      • A = (20 m/s) / 2 s
      • A = 10 m/s 2
      Raindrop 25
    • Graphing Acceleration
      • Speed vs. time
      26
    • Graphing Acceleration
      • Distance vs. time
      27
    • Forces
    • Force Unit Multiple
      • A push or pull
      • Newton
      • Direction by arrow
      • Add or subtract
      37
    • Unbalanced Balanced
      • Change motion
      • No change in motion
      38
    • Friction
    • Friction
      • Force created when two objects rub together
      43
    • Types Static Sliding Rolling Fluid
      • Non moving objects
      • Moving objects in direct contact
      • Wheel or ball in motion
      • Object pushes on fluid
      45
    • 45
    • Gravity Concept Mapping Notes
      • 46
      Gravity Pulls object to each other
      • 46
      Gravity Mass ↑ Distance ↓
      • 49
      Gravity Mass ↑ Distance ↓ Free Fall Air Resistance
      • 50
      Gravity Mass ↑ Distance ↓ Free Fall Air Resistance Projectiles