VELOCITY-TIME GRAPH MATCHING CHALLENGE Replicate different velocity vs. time graphs by walking in front of a motion detector.

PROCEDURE ___ Make a sketch of the velocity vs. time graph on the screen. Be sure the graph has 3 different segments. If not, press the graph button to generate another one. ___ Describe how you have to walk in order to replicate each section of the graph. Be as specific as possible! (How far, how fast, how long, which way). ___ Repeat the above 2 steps for a second graph.

VELOCITY-TIME GRAPH MATCHING CHALLENGE Replicate different velocity vs. time graphs by walking in front of a motion detector. PROCEDURE ___ Make a sketch of the velocity vs. time graph on the screen. Be sure the graph has 3 different segments. If not, press the graph button to generate another one. ___ Describe how you have to walk in order to replicate each section of the graph. Be as specific as possible! (How far, how fast, how long, which way). ___ Repeat the above 2 steps for a second graph.

CV.7 – I can interpret/draw the velocity vs. time graph for an object moving with constant velocity.

CV.7 – I can interpret/draw the velocity vs. time graph for an object moving with constant velocity.

VELOCITY-TIME GRAPH MATCHING CHALLENGE Replicate different velocity vs. time graphs by walking in front of a motion detector. PROCEDURE ___ Make a sketch of the velocity vs. time graph on the screen. Be sure the graph has 3 different segments. If not, press the graph button to generate another one. ___ Describe how you have to walk in order to replicate each section of the graph. Be as specific as possible! (How far, how fast, how long, which way). ___ Repeat the above 2 steps for a second graph.

VELOCITY-TIME GRAPH MATCHING CHALLENGE Replicate different velocity vs. time graphs by walking in front of a motion detector. PROCEDURE ___ Make a sketch of the velocity vs. time graph on the screen. Be sure the graph has 3 different segments. If not, press the graph button to generate another one. ___ Describe how you have to walk in order to replicate each section of the graph. Be as specific as possible! (How far, how fast, how long, which way). ___ Repeat the above 2 steps for a second graph.

CV.7 – I can interpret/draw the velocity vs. time graph for an object moving with constant velocity.

CV.7 – I can interpret/draw the velocity vs. time graph for an object moving with constant velocity.

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