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- 1. Warm-Up Aug. 24,2011Identify at least 3 moving objects that you can observe from your seat.
- 2. Reference Points TourObject in Motion Reference Point
- 3. Warm-UpAug. 25,2011
- 4. How could we connect this to moving objects and reference points?
- 5. Measuring Motion Chapter 1, Section 1 Determining Speed
- 6. Who’s Faster?
- 7. Who’s Faster? 100 meters 10 seconds 100 meters 15 seconds
- 8. Who’s Faster? 100 meters 10 seconds 100 meters 15 seconds
- 9. Who’s Faster? 100 meters 10 seconds 150 meters 10 seconds
- 10. Who’s Faster? 100 meters 10 seconds 150 meters 10 seconds
- 11. Who’s Faster? 180 meters 10 seconds 160 meters 8 seconds
- 12. Who’s Faster? Speed = distance/time 180 meters 10 seconds = 180m 10 s 160 meters = 160m 8 seconds 8s
- 13. Who’s Faster? Speed = distance/time 180 meters 10 seconds = 180m 18 m/s 10 s 160 meters = 160m 20 m/s 8 seconds 8s
- 14. Speed or Velocity?Speed – the rate at which an object moves how fast an object moves 15 m/s (meters per second)Velocity – an object’s speed in a specific direction how fast AND which way an object moves 5 m/s north
- 15. Speed or Velocity?20 m/s - Speed17 m/s east - Velocity100 m/s up – Velocity0.15 m/s - Speed
- 16. Formula TriangleSpeed = distance/time D S X T
- 17. Warm-Up Aug. 26,2011 Fill in the triangle with the formula for speed. What is the velocity of a car thattraveled 252 miles East in 4 hours?
- 18. Speed = Distance/Time D S TWhat is the velocity of a car thattraveled 252 miles E in 4 hours? Distance 252 mi. = 63 mph E Time 4 hr.
- 19. Acceleration• Acceleration – The rate at which velocity changes A change in velocity (Speed or Direction) Examples: Speeding up- A plane taking off Slowing down- A car stopping at a red light Changing direction – A car turning at a corner
- 20. Determining AccelerationAcceleration = final velocity – initial velocity time Vf - Vi A T
- 21. Warm-Up Aug. 29,2011 What two factors determine an object’s speed? Distance and TimePractice Problem:What is the velocity of a runner traveling 35 meters North in 7 seconds? Speed = Distance = 35 m = 5 m/s Time 7s
- 22. Graphing Velocity
- 23. Constant Velocity vs. Acceleration

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