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- 1. PHYSICS FORM 4CHAPTER 2:LINEAR MOTIONBY:NURUL AMIRAH BINTI ABDUL KARIM (MIE MING)
- 2. LINEAR MOTIONLinear motion is the motion in 1 dimension(1-D) or themotion in a straight line.
- 3. DISTANCES• The distance traveled by an object is thetotal length that is traveled by that object.• Distance is a scalar quantity• The SI unit of distance is m (metre).
- 4. DISPLACEMENTDisplacement of an object from a point ofreference, O is the shortest distance ofthe object from point O in a specificdirection• Displacement is a vector quantity.• The SI unit of displacement is m (metre)
- 5. DISTANCE VS DISPLACEMENT• Distance travelled = 200m• Displacement = 120 m, in the direction of Northeast
- 6. SPEED• Speed is the rate of change in distance. Itis a measure of how fast thedistancechange in a movement.• Speed is a scalar quantity• The SI unit of speed is m/s (metre persecond)
- 7. SPEED
- 8. FORMULA FOR SPEED
- 9. VELOCITY• Velocity is define as the rate ofdisplacement change• It is the measure of how fast thedisplacement change of a moving object.• Velocity is a vector quantity• The unit of displacemnet is m/s (metre persecond)
- 10. VELOCITY
- 11. FORMULA FOR VELOCITY
- 12. Positive or Negative Sign ofVelocityIn velocity, the positive/negative signindicates direction• You can take any direction as positive andthe opposite as negative.• For a linear motion, normally we take themotion to the right as positive andhencethe motion to the left as negative.
- 13. ACCELERATION• Acceleration is the rate of velocity change.• Acceleration is a vector quantity. It is a measureof how fast the velocity change.• Acceleration is a vector quantity.• The unit of acceleration is ms-2
- 14. ACCELERATION FORMULA
- 15. ADDITIONAL NOTES• An object moves with a constant velocity if themagnitude and direction of the motion is alwaysconstant.• An object experiences changes in velocity if:~ the magnitude of velocity changes~the direction of the motion changes.An object that experiences changes in velocity issaid to have acceleration.An object traveling with a constant acceleration,a, if the velocity changes at a constant rate.
- 16. EQUATION OF UNIFORMACCELERATION
- 17. HOW WE KNOW WHEN TO USETHE FORMULA?
- 18. • There are 3 types of motion:• motion with uniform velocity• motion with uniform acceleration• motion with changing acceleration• The 4 equations are used when the motion isuniform acceleration.Motion with changingacceleration is not in SPM Physics syllabus. Itwill be discussed in form 5 add math.
- 19. TICKER TIMERA ticker-timer consists of an electrical vibrator which vibrates 50 timesper second. This enables it to make 50 dots per second on a ticker-tapebeing pulled through it. The time interval between two adjacent dots onthe ticker-tape is called one tick. One tick is equal to 1/50 s or 0.02 s
- 20. The distance of the dots is equally distributed.•All lengths of tape in the chart are of equal length.•The object is moving at a uniform velocity.UNIFORM VELOCITY
- 21. UNIFORM ACCELERATIONThe distance between the dots increases uniformly.•The length of the strips of tape in the chart increase uniformly.•The velocity of the object is increasing uniformly,i.e. the object is moving at a constant acceleration.

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