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Relative Motion

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Brian Rasey

on 18 February 2016

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Transcript of Relative Motion

motion, displacement, distance
Relative Motion
Things aren't always as they appear
length of the path traveled by an object in total
Distance
Motion Requires a
time
component and a
distance
or
displacement
component
the distance and direction of an object’s change in position from its starting point (how far you are from where you started)
Displacement
the act or process of changing position relative to some reference point over a period of time
Motion
If you don't have a reference point,
there is no way to tell if something
is moving or not
*Your frame of reference is what dictates your reality
*As a result, facts may be different for different reference points
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