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- 1.Motion
- A.
Path along which an object moves; straight or curve

- B.
Motion of an object by displaying its location at various equally spaced times on the same diagram

- C.
Change of an objects position with time

- D.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- 2.Trajectory
- A.
Path along which an object moves; straight or curve

- B.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position

- C.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- D.
Motion of an object by displaying its location at various equally spaced times on the same diagram

- E.
Change of an objects position with time

- 3.Motion diagram
- A.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- B.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position

- C.
Change of position

- D.
An object represented as a mass at a single point

- E.
Motion of an object by displaying its location at various equally spaced times on the same diagram

- 4.Translational motion
- A.
Motion of an object by displaying its location at various equally spaced times on the same diagram

- B.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- C.
Motion of an object represented as a mass concentrated at a single point

- D.
Path along which an object moves; straight or curve

- E.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position.

- 5.Particle
- A.
An object represented as a mass at a single point

- B.
Physical quantity described by a single number (with unit).

- C.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- D.
Motion of an object by displaying its location at various equally spaced times on the same diagram

- E.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position

- 6.Particle model
- A.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- B.
An object represented as a mass at a single point

- C.
Change of position

- D.
Motion of an object represented as a mass concentrated at a single point

- E.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position

- 7.Position Vector
- A.
Change of an objects position with time

- B.
Change of position

- C.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position.

- D.
An object represented as a mass at a single point

- E.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- 8.Scalar Quantity
- A.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- B.
Physical quantity described by a single number (with unit).

- C.
Quantity having both a size (far, fast) and a direction (left or right, north or south ext).

- D.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position

- E.
A continuous line or curve showing an objects position as a function of time

- 9.Vector Quantity
- A.
Quantity having both a size (far, fast) and a direction (left or right, north or south ext).

- B.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- C.
Physical quantity described by a single number (with unit).

- D.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position

- E.
A continuous line or curve showing an objects position as a function of time

- 10.Displacement
- A.
A continuous line or curve showing an objects position as a function of time

- B.
An arrow drawn from the origin to an objects position

- C.
Change of position

- D.
Motion of an object along a trajectory

- E.
Motion of an object by displaying its location at various equally spaced times on the same diagram

- 11.Position vs Time graph
- A.
Has a continuous line or curve showing an objects position as a function of time

- B.
Has a continuous line or curve showing the objects time as a function of position

- 12.Average Acceleration can be calculated as...
- A.
(distance)/ (time interval)

- B.
(change of velocity)/ (time interval)

- C.
(time interval)/ ( change of velocity)

- D.
(time interval)/ (distance)

- 13.Average Velocity can be calculated as ...
- A.
(change of velocity)/ (time interval)

- B.
(time interval)/ ( change of velocity)

- C.
(time interval)/ (distance)

- D.
(distance)/ (time interval)

- 14.How to do a Pictorial representation. choose all that apply
- A.
Draw Motion Diagram

- B.
Establish coordinate system

- C.
Sketch the situation

- D.
Define Symbols

- E.
List known information and Identify the desired Unknowns

- 15.Significant figures. choose the correct answers
- A.
.0020 has two significant figures

- B.
6.20 has three significant figures

- C.
10.020 has four significant figures

- D.
0.0 has two significant figures

- E.
.00001 has 5 significant figures

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