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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
Transcript of Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
For example, my velocity when I drive to work is an average of 60 mi/h south and my velocity when I drive home is an average of 60 mi/h north. Ads will pop up during this video. To get rid of the ads and see the words, put your mouse on the outside edge of the grey border surrounding the ad until the grey border turns white. Click the now white border and the ads will go away. Acceleration In science, acceleration can be an increase in speed, a decrease in speed, or a change in direction. 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 10 20 30 40 50 Distance (meters) Time (minutes) Speed of the car A graph that shows acceleration will have a curved line. Graphs to Remember for the CRCT Distance (m) Time (s) Distance (m) Time (s) Distance (m) Time (s) Distance (m) Time (s) Distance (m) Time (s) Positive Velocity Negative Velocity Not Moving/No speed Positive Acceleration Negative Acceleration Constant Speed Graph acceleration= distance time 2 a= d t 2