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motion of objects using

words, diagrams,

numbers, graphs, and

equations

regard to the forces acting on the body.

negligible or unimportant in the

problem being investigated.

fixed distances from each other with no

relative translation or rotation among

them.

a scalar quantity, the total path

covered by an object in motion.

a vector quantity, the

shortest distance from the initial to the final

position of an object.

How do we

describe the

motion of

objects?

A scalar quantity

A measure of how fast an

object moves

Speed = distance / time

= measured by the speedometer

period of time.

A vector quantity

Rate of how an object changes its

position

Used to describe speed and direction

A vector quantity

Change its direction

Change both speed and direction

velocity is

changing by a

constant amount

each second

Velocity vs time graph

Acceleration vs time graph

sprints 100 m in 4 s? How about if it sprints 50

m in 2 s?

2. If a car moves with an average speed of 60

km/h for an hour, it will travel a distance of 60

km.

a. How far would it travel if it moved at this

rate for 4h.

b. for 10 h?

10 s. What is its acceleration?

4. In 2.5 s a car increases its speed from 60 km/h

to 65 km/h while a bicycle goes from rest to 5

km/h. Which undergoes the greater

acceleration? What is the acceleration of each

vehicle?

direction. Say the same sentence in fewer

words.

2. The speedometer of a car moving to the east reads

100 km/h. It passes another car that moves to the

west at 100 km/ h. Do both cars have the same

speed? Do they have the same velocity?

3. During a certain period of time, the speedometer

of a car reads a constant 60 km/h. Does this

indicate a constant speed? A constant velocity?

Summary of Formulas:

v vo at

1 2

d vot at

2

v v0 2ad

2

v f vo

2

v vo

2

SAMPLE PROBLEMS:

1. A sprinter is able to produce an acceleration of

8.0 m/s2 for the first 0.75 s of a race. Calculate

the velocity of the sprinter at the end of the first

0.75 s?

at 6.0 m/s until the end of the race. After

crossing the finish line the sprinter decelerates

at 2.0 m/s2 . How long will it take her to stop?

must it travel to increase its speed from 2.0 to 8.0 m/s?

B) How long will it take the train to accomplish this?

trauma incident (sudden stop) if the magnitude of the

acceleration is less than 250 m/s2. If you are in a car

accident with an initial speed of 105 km/h and are

stopped by an airbag that inflates from the dashboard,

over what distance must the airbag stop you for you to

survive the crash?

SAMPLE PROBLEMS:

5 . An engineer is designing the runway for an

airport. Of the planes which will use the airport,

the lowest acceleration rate is likely to be 3

m/s2. The takeoff speed for this plane will be 65

m/s. Assuming this minimum acceleration, what

is the minimum allowed length for the runway?

6. A car accelerates from 12 m/s to 25 m/s in 6s.

What was its acceleration? How far did it travel

in this time? Assume constant acceleration.

direction. Say the same sentence in fewer

words.

2. The speedometer of a car moving to the east reads

100 km/h. It passes another car that moves to the

west at 100 km/ h. Do both cars have the same

speed? Do they have the same velocity?

3. During a certain period of time, the speedometer

of a car reads a constant 60 km/h. Does this

indicate a constant speed? A constant velocity?

SEATWORK:

1. How long will it take a car to accelerate

acceleration of 3m/s2 ?

2. How long will it take a car to cover a

distance of 100 m if it accelerates from

rest at a rate of 4.0 m/s2 ?

SEATWORK:

3. How long will it take a car to cover a distance

of 250 m if it accelerates from rest at a rate of

4.0 m/s2 ?

4. A dolphin decelerates for 2.0 s from an initial

speed of 7.5 m/s in order to take a look at a

dolphin of the opposite sex. Calculate the

dolphins final speed if the deceleration had a

magnitude of 1.5 m/s2 .

SEATWORK:

5. An ice skater decelerates for 5.0 s to a final

speed of 12 m/s. If the deceleration was at a

rate of 1.5 m/s2 . What is the skaters initial

speed?

CHALLENGE PROBLEM:

A car 3.5 in length and traveling at a constant speed

of 20 m/s is approaching an intersection. The width of

the intersection is 20m. The light turns yellow when

the front of the car is 50m from the beginning of the

intersection. If the driver steps on the brake, the car

will slow at -3.8 m/s2 . If the driver instead steps on

the gas pedal, the car will accelerate at 2.3m/s2 . The

light will be yellow for 3.0s. Ignore the reaction time

of the driver. To avoid being in the intersection while

the light is red, should the driver hit the brake pedal

or the gas pedal?

CHALLENGE PROBLEM:

and car 2 is moving at a speed of 19m/s to the

left. The first car started to accelerate at 2m/s2

to the right and car 2 continues to move at a

constant velocity, when will the two cars pass

each other?

CHALLENGE PROBLEM:

12 m/s to the left while car 2 is travelling at 10

m/s to the right. If both cars accelerate at 2

m/s2 , when will they pass each other?

ROAD SAFETY

Ref: http://users.tpg.com.au/users/mpaine/speed.html#speedcrash

ROAD SAFETY

Ref: http://www.rotr.ie/rules-fordriving/speed-limits/speed-limits_2-second-

NO SPEED LIMIT!

the influence of

gravity alone

It is not affected by

air resistance

Summary of Formulas:

v vo gt

1 2

d vot gt

2

v v0 2 gd

2

v = gt

d = (1/2)

2

gt

Free- fall

the gravitational force

d = (1/2) gt2

t=

Average

d = 1.5 cm or 0.015 m

g = 9.8 m/s2

t=

t = 0.055s

second.

b. How high is the ledge from the ground?

2. What is the velocity acquired by a freely falling

object 5s after being dropped from a rest position?

What is it 6s after? If it has reached the ground after

10s, from what height was it dropped? What is its

velocity before hitting the ground?

object 2.5 m high. A) Calculate its speed when it left

the ground. B) Calculate its speed when it returns to

the ground.

4. A child throws a ball straight down off the balcony

of an apartment building at a speed of 7.5 m/s. a)

Calculate the position and the velocity of the ball 1

and 2 s later. B) Make same calculations if the ball is

thrown straight up.

10 m/s. a) What distance does the rock rise above its

point of release? b) How long does it take the rock to

reach its highest point?

6. A stone is thrown vertically upward with a speed of

12 m/s from the edge of a cliff 75 m high. A) How

much later does it reach the bottom of the cliff? What

is its speed just before hitting the bottom? What is

the total distance travelled?

river 50 m below. The rock has a speed of 15m/s

when it leaves the youngsters hand.How much later

does it strike the water? Calculate the velocity of the

rock when it strikes the water a) if it is thrown straight

upward ; b) if its is thrown straight downward.

Seatwork

1. A boulder is ejected straight up out of a volcano at

a speed of 80 m/s. a) To what maximum height will it

rise above the point where it was ejected?

2. A rock is dropped into a 60.0 m deep well. A)

Neglecting air resistance, how long will it take the

rock to reach the bottom? B) calculate the position of

the rock 1,2 and 3 s after its release.

ground. It is thrown with an initial velocity of 12m/s.

How much later does it strike the water? Calculate

the velocity of the rock when it strikes the water a) if

it is thrown straight upward ; b) if its is thrown

straight downward.

4. If a rock is dropped from a high cliff, how fast will it

be going when it has fallen 100m?b) How long will it

take to fall this distance?

CHALLENGE PROBLEM:

sound of it striking the ocean is heard 3.4 s

later. If the speed of sound is 340m/s, how high

is the cliff?

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