Ch 4 Linear Motion Review

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Physics

Ch 4

Linear Motion Review

Terms

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Relative motion

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Instantaneous speed (velocity)

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Frame of reference

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Average speed (velocity)

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Speed

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Acceleration

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Velocity

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Free fall

Equations

Note: often you see this rearranged as:

And when an object starts from rest,
v
i

= 0

****
v
f

and
v
i

are instantaneous values NOT average values

When an object is in free fall, a = g = 10 m/s
2

downward.

Things You Should Be Able To Do

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Explain how to tell

if an object is moving

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Calculate
average
speed

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Distinguish between speed and velocity

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Calculate acceleration

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Manipulate the linear motion equations to solve for any of the variables

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Explain what it means to be in “free fall” and evaluate situations to det
ermine if an object is in
free fall

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Describe the acceleration of an object in free fall

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Describe and/or analyze how distance fallen per second changes for an object in free fall

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Describe and/or analyze how the speed per second changes for an object in free

fall

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Given a distance vs. time graph, describe the motion being represented…and vice
-
versa

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Given a speed vs. time graph, describe the motion being represented…and vice versa

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Interpret the
meaning of the slope of a distance vs. time graph and also for a sp
eed vs. time
graph

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Explain the relationship between velocity and acceleration

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Differentiate between instantaneous and average values for speed (or velocity)

*We have already completed several questions from the text, but certainly ALL the chapter 4 quest
ions
make for good review material.

**Don’t forget to review your Questions of the Day. They also make for great review material.