How motion and speed can be represented by a distance-time graph and how average speed can be calculated from it.
This video discusses how position-time graphs work and the things we are able to deduce from it through a work-out scene in which two people are compared for their fitness levels. It emphasizes slope, speed, and tangent lines (used only when the graph is curved).
To prepare for the science olympiad, you must make sure to select the fastest car.
You can tell if your friend is lying to you about his walking speed through a ruler!!
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.