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and Acceleration

Motion

Motion an objects change in position

relative to a reference point

Reference Point

The Earths surface is used as a common

reference point

A moving object can be used as a reference

point as well

Speed

Speed is the distance traveled divided by

the time interval during which the motion

occurred

Normally, objects do not travel at a constant

speed

Average Speed - total distance

total time

Which Distance?

Farmer Jones drives 6 miles down a straight road.

She turns around and drives 4 miles back. What

was her average speed for this trip if it took 1

hour?

Your answer to this problem depends

on your interpretation of "distance

traveled". You could say:

The total distance traveled by Farmer Jones is 10

miles. Therefore her average speed is 10 mi/hr.

The net distance traveled by Farmer Jones is 2 miles.

Therefore, her average speed is 2 mi/hr.

There are good reasons to use either interpretation - it's

mostly a matter of preference. We will interpret

"distance traveled" to be net distance (also called

displacement). Farmer Jones' average speed was 2

mi/hr.

Velocity

Velocity is the speed of an object in a

particular direction

Imagine two birds leave the same tree at

the same time. The both fly at 10km/hr for

5 minutes. Why dont they end up at the

same place?

Velocity

Velocity appears to be very similar to

speed, however, when describing the

velocity of an object you need to provide a

magnitude and a direction

Magnitude the speed of the object

Direction the direction the object is

moving

Velocity

Ex) A bus has a velocity of 35miles/hr

heading west

Resultant Velocity

An object can have a resultant velocity if it

is experiencing more than one motion.

For example if a person walks down the

center of a bus while it is in motion there

are two velocities occurring.

1. The movement of the bus

2. The movement of the person inside the bus

Example

15 m/s

+ 1 m/s = 14 m/s

Example

15 m/s

+ =

1 m/s 16 m/s

Acceleration

Acceleration is the rate at which velocity

changes over time

An object accelerates if its speed, direction, or

both change

Average acceleration =

final velocity starting velocity

time it takes to change velocity

Acceleration

Example

A car on the highway is traveling 55 mi/hr and it

passes another car. In order to pass, the car

has to accelerate to 65 mi/hr. The car reaches

this velocity 40 seconds later. What is the

average acceleration of the car?

Acceleration and Velocity

http://www.glenbrook.k12.il.us/GBSSCI/PHY

S/mmedia/kinema/avd.html

As velocity increases, so does acceleration

As velocity decreases, so does acceleration

When direction changes, so does

acceleration

When there is a constant velocity, there

is no acceleration

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