Study Guides

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What is Mass and Force Help
Introduction to Mass and Force What are you really doing when you drive a 2ton vehicle down the Interstate at high speed? Why does your suburban utility vehicle try to go off the road if you take a curve too fast? Why should you never drive a ...
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What is Displacement Help
Displacement Displacement is almost the same thing as distance, but not quite. Displacement is defined along a straight line in a certain direction. But distance can be measured any which way. We might say that Minneapolis, ...
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What is Speed and Velocity Help
Speed Speed is an expression of the rate at which an object moves, as seen or measured by some stationary observer. But we have to be careful about this. “Stationary” is a relative term. People sitting in an airliner might ...
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What is Acceleration Help
Acceleration Acceleration is an expression of the rate of change in the velocity of an object. This can occur as a change in speed, a change in direction, or both. Acceleration can be defined in one dimension (along a straight line), ...
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Movement Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: What is Mass and Force Help What is Displacement ...
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Mass, Force, And Motion Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Physics and Mass Help
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What is Mass and Force Practice Problems
What is Mass and Force Practice Problems Review the concept of mass at What is Mass and Force Help Practice 1
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What is Speed and Velocity Practice Problems
What is Speed and Velocity Practice Problems Review the concept of speed at What is Speed and Velocity Help.
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Scalars and Vectors Study Guide
Introduction We start this lesson by briefly considering a reference frame and the coordinates of a pointlike object relative to it. Next, we make a distinction between scalar and vector quantities, and present examples of both. At the end of the chapter, we take ...
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Motion in One Dimension Study Guide
Introduction We start the article by defining the notions of displacement, velocity, speed, and acceleration, Then we look into graphical representation of motion as a way of describing the motion of an object or particle, We consider a special case of ...
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