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# Graphical Analysis of Motion

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on 27 September 2012#### Transcript of Graphical Analysis of Motion

by: Rae Pantoja GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF MOTION Distance versus Time Graphs Distance, which is calculated in meters, is the space between point A to point B. On the graph as shown below, it is located at y - axis.

Time, which calculated in seconds, is located along x - axis.

Distance-time graphs is a way to visually show a data and to describe how far you travel in a certain period of time. As distance increases the time will also increase creating a direct proportionality. Uniform Velocity No change in velocity in all part of the graph Non Uniform Velocity Changes in velocity occurred in the graph velocity = change in distance / change in time

slope (m) = Y2 - Y1 / X2 - X1 Velocity,which is measured by meters per seconds is the speed of the object moving from point A to point B in a period of time. It is located at y - axis.

Time, which is measured by seconds, it is located along x - axis.

Velocity - Time Graph describes the speed and direction of the a moving object this can be a direct or indirect proportionality depending on the given variable. Velocity versus Time Graphs acceleration = velocity / time Uniform Acceleration No change in acceleration in all part of the graph Non Uniform Acceleration Changes in acceleration occurred in the graph. Sample Problem:

The velocity versus time graph of a body is as shown. Characterize the motion of the body for each portion of the trip. Determine the acceleration for each portion of his trip. Example Example

Full transcriptTime, which calculated in seconds, is located along x - axis.

Distance-time graphs is a way to visually show a data and to describe how far you travel in a certain period of time. As distance increases the time will also increase creating a direct proportionality. Uniform Velocity No change in velocity in all part of the graph Non Uniform Velocity Changes in velocity occurred in the graph velocity = change in distance / change in time

slope (m) = Y2 - Y1 / X2 - X1 Velocity,which is measured by meters per seconds is the speed of the object moving from point A to point B in a period of time. It is located at y - axis.

Time, which is measured by seconds, it is located along x - axis.

Velocity - Time Graph describes the speed and direction of the a moving object this can be a direct or indirect proportionality depending on the given variable. Velocity versus Time Graphs acceleration = velocity / time Uniform Acceleration No change in acceleration in all part of the graph Non Uniform Acceleration Changes in acceleration occurred in the graph. Sample Problem:

The velocity versus time graph of a body is as shown. Characterize the motion of the body for each portion of the trip. Determine the acceleration for each portion of his trip. Example Example