This tutorial explains how to read, construct, and interpret kinematic graphs. It includes animated examples, links to five worksheets, and related problems for student exploration. This item is part of an online textbook in introductory physics.
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acceleration, acceleration vs. time graph, average acceleration, displacement, graphing motion, instantaneous acceleration, kinematics, motion graphs, position vs. time graph, velocity, velocity vs. time graph
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October 23, 2006
by Caroline Hall
This resource is part of a Physics Front Topical Unit.
Topic: Kinematics: The Physics of Motion Unit Title: Graphing
A very well-organized tutorial on how to construct and interpret three basic kinematic graphs: P/T, V/T and A/T. It includes animated examples, links to five worksheets, and related problems for student exploration.
%0 Electronic Source %A Elert, Glenn %D June 27, 2007 %T The Physics Hypertextbook: Graphs of Motion %V 2013 %N 13 December 2013 %8 June 27, 2007 %9 text/html %U http://physics.info/motion-graphs/
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