### Motion

Mr. Wright - Physics

Reviews the terms associated with 1-D motion and motion graphs along with a few simple problems.

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Across
3.On a position-time graph the slope of the line tells you the ____________ of the object.
5.How long does it take a car traveling at 60 miles/hr to travel 240 miles.
7.The zero point for your system, what you make your measurements from.
9.For the displacement and distance traveled to be the same the ____________ taken must be straight.
12.Results when acceleration is at an angle to the direction of motion.
17.A system of objects that are not moving with respect with each other.
18.A car goes from 0 m/s to 60 m/s in 20 sec. It's average acceleration was ______ m/s/s
20.The ratio of an objects displacement to the time it takes to be displaced.
22.The speed of an object at a particular instant in time.
24.A graph that shows how velocity is related to time.
28.A truck traveling at 35 m/sec accelerates at +2.5 m/s for 14 sec. What is it's final velocity?
29.A measure of how far and in what direction you are from the starting point as measured as a straight line.
30.A quantity that has a magnitude and direction of action.
32.Speed is always ____________ .
33.Results when direction of acceleration is opposite that of motion.
34.Length of the total path taken.
Down
1.For your total displacement to be zero you must end up back where you ____________.
2.The rate at which something is moving.
4.The velocity of an object at a particular instant in time.
5.On a position-time graph a ____________ line indicates constant velocity.
6.A quantity that consists of a magnitude or amount only.
8.A graph that shows an objects position as it is related to time.
10.The most commonly used frame of Reference.
11.The rate at which an objects velocity changes
11.What the slope on a velocity-time graph represents.
13.Rise over run.
14.All Motion is _______________ to some reference.
15.Shape of the line on a position-time graph when acceleration occurs.
16.An object with negative velocity experiences neagtive acceleration?
19.Setting your car's cruse control allows you to go at a ____________ speed.
21.You would measure the distance from kansas City to St. Louis in ____________.
23.A dimension in which events happen in sequence.
25.To determine displacement from a velocity-time graph you calculate the ____________ under the line.
26.Velocity always has this.
27.A car travels 40 km in 30 minutes. It's average speed was ______ km/hr.
31.You jogged 300 m south then 120 m north in 1.5 minutes. Your average velocity was ______ m/s [south].

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