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By: Malik C. & Ashlei L.
P.6 Motion is Life Motion Average Speed Instantaneous Speed Acceleration Velocity How fast you're going in a certain direction. Speed How far something travels in a unit of time. Reference Point Point that determines whether or not something is in motion. Divide the total distance you traveled by the time you traveled. How fast you're going at one instant. Rate in which acceleration velocity varies. when the distance between two objects are changing. Example: How the mail man is going 50 mph eastward. Example: Billy as traveling 50 miles per hour when he crossed the finish line. Example: th distance between you and your chair isn't changing, you could say you're not in motion. Example: objects such as a tree, or a stop sign make a good reference point. Example: the apple traveled four feet in three seconds Example: Billy traveled 12 miles in 2 hours. 12 miles divided by 2 hours is 6 miles per hour. Example: when you start driving in a car http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/energy-skate-park Acceleration= Final Speed- Initial Speed/Time
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