This page offers a clear explanation of the equations that can be used to describe the one-dimensional, constant acceleration motion of an object in terms of its three kinematic variables: velocity, displacement, and time. A set of problems accompanies the text, giving students practice in conceptual, algebraic, calculus-based, and statistical questions. This is part of an online textbook in introductory physics.
This resource is part of a Physics Front Topical Unit.
Topic: Kinematics: The Physics of Motion Unit Title: Motion in One Dimension
This page offers a clear explanation of the equations that can be used to describe the motion of an object in a straight line. A comprehensive set of algebraic, statistical, and conceptual problems are included. Provides content support for middle school teachers.....also appropriate for high school physics students.
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