Motion

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Subject:
Physics
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Motion

Motion

Distance and Displacement:Distance is a scaler quantity and refers to how much ground was covered. It is basically all the area covered (all the bits inbetween the start and the end). Displacement however, refers to the change in starting and ending points. Basically the space from the start to the end point "as the crow flies", or in a straight line.

<----- The video Momentum = Mass x VelocityEnergy:-Kinetic-Gravitational Potential Energy (GPE)Work- When an abject has force applied to it, and it moves a distance, work has been done. Work = Force x Distance

ENERGY, MOMENTUM AND WORK

ACCELERATIONAcceleration (m/s.s) is calculated using the simple triangle above this text, ultimately Acceleration equals the change in speed divided by the change in time. , Change in speedAcceleration = -----------------------, Change in time Or  the final speed - the initial speed-----------------------------------------The time taken

<--- Elastic Potential Energy and the Law of Conservation of Energy


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