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### Motion diagrams, data charts, graphs

1. 1. Distance A Distance B Distance CTime (sec) (cm) (cm) (cm) 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 2 2 2 8 4 3 3 12 6 4 4 16 8 5 5 20 10 6 6 24 12 7 7 28 14 8 8 32 16 9 9 36 18 10 10 40 20
2. 2. Motion Diagrams
3. 3. Distance vs Time 45 40 35Distance (cm) 30 Object A 25 Object B 20 15 Object C 10 5 0 0 5 10 15 Time (sec)
4. 4. 1. What is the Average Speed of Object A, B, and C?2. What is similar about each line within the graph? What is different?3. What is the same about each of the motion diagrams? What is different?4. How would the graph lines appear if an objects speed was not constant?5. How would the motion diagrams look if the objects were not moving at a constant speed?
5. 5. Today’s Objectives:1. Create two motion diagrams that reflect the movement of two motorized vehicles.2. Record data for each vehicle using a data chart (Distance and Time)3. Create One graph and plot both vehicles movement on this graph.***4. Analyze your motion diagrams and graph. Determine how to get your two vehicles to meet at the center of the room at the same time when released from opposite sides of the room.Pre-Test Questions:1. What is your goal2. How will you accomplish your goal?3. What data is vital to your success?