**Physics**01-01 Intro and Units.**pdf**: 663.09kb;**Physics**01-02 Displacement and Vectors.**pdf**: 601.43kb;**Physics**01-03 Velocity and Graphs.**pdf**: 721.67kb;**Physics**01-04 Acceleration and Graphs.**pdf**Section 3

**- Motion**and the Calculus Section Outline 1. The Calculus of**Motion**2. The Special Case of Constant Acceleration We are trying to answer the question, “What do objects do?” That is, we want to thoroughly describe**motion**in terms of position, displacement, velocity and acceleration and we have carefully defined these ideas.- 795KB

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**example**of an object that has (a) high velocity and low acceleration. A plane cruising at**full**speed (b) low velocity and high acceleration. A race car at the very start of a race. A badminton birdie being hit by a racket. (c) an unchanging speed but high acceleration. anything moving at constant speed around a small circle.**Physics Motion Worksheet**Part I 1. An object goes from one point in space to another. After it arrives at its destination (a) its displacement is the same as its distance traveled. (b) its displacement is always greater than its distance traveled. (c) its displacement is always smaller than its distance traveled.- 23KB

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speed s and distance d are both always positive quantities, by

**definition**. velocity = speed + direction of**motion**Things that have both a magnitude and a direction are called vectors. More on vectors in Ch.3. For 1D**motion**(**motion**along a straight line, like on an air track), we can represent the direction of**motion**with a +/– sign- 214KB

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**Print**the**PDF**: Newton's Laws of**Motion**Vocabulary Sheet Help your students begin to familiarize themselves with terms related to Newton's laws of**motion**with this vocabulary**worksheet**. Students should use a**dictionary**or the Internet to look up and**define**the terms. They will then write each term on the blank line next to its correct**definition**.