- I.
**Motion**- a change in position

**Reference point**- the point motion is

measured against**Speed**- distance/time (m/s)

**Average Speed**- total distance/total time

**Velocity**- Speed & direction (m/s direction)

- Combining velocities

- Same direction V1 + V2
- Opposite direction V1 - V2

**Acceleration**- a change in velocity (More on

that in chapter 14)- How to make and identify graphs of all of the

above.

Stuff you need to know |

Much of this chapter is Showing Your Workmath and formulas. In order to get full credit for the work you will need to show that you understand the formulas and how they work. This is the way you are to show your work in this chapter. 1. Show the formulaIf you do all of the above 2. Fill in the Numbers 3. Solve the problem and get the wrong answer you still will get partial credit for the work. |