Average Velocity

Displacement divided by time.

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Average Velocity

Students will learn the meaning of speed, velocity and average velocity.
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Average Velocity

Defines average velocity and discusses the formulas for and the differences between speed (a scalar quantity) and velocity (a vector quantity).
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Average Velocity

Students will learn the meaning of speed, velocity and average velocity.
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Average Velocity

Students will learn the meaning of speed, velocity and average velocity.
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Average Velocity

Students will learn the meaning of speed, velocity and average velocity.
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Velocity

Defines average velocity and discusses the formulas for and the differences between speed (a scalar quantity) and velocity (a vector quantity).
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Average Velocity

Students will learn the meaning of speed, velocity and average velocity.
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Average Velocity

Defines average velocity and discusses the formulas for and the differences between speed (a scalar quantity) and velocity (a vector quantity).
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Unit 2.1 Average Velocity

Students will learn the meaning of speed, velocity and average velocity.
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• Interactive Simulations

Irwin and Ruthie

Learn about the relationship between position, velocity, and acceleration for two objects in one-dimensional motion.
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• Interactive Simulations

Butterfly Stroke

Learn about the relationship between velocity and position for a swimmer.
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• Simulation

Dungeon Simulation

Experiment with changing velocity to help Tommy escape the dungeon.
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• Video

Average Speed - Not Always so Simple

Watch this for an example problem that shows us calculating average velocity can be deceptively complex.
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• Video

Instantaneous and Average Velocity

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Average Velocity Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Average Velocity.
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• Real World Application

Maximum Range

Discover what the optimal angle is to throw an object.
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• Real World Application

The Bullet Drop

Discover how history was made by performing the bullet drop experiment for the first time ever.
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• Real World Application

The Bullet Drop

Discover how history was made by performing for the first time ever, the bullet drop experiment.
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The Bullet Drop

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Discover how history was made by performing for the first time ever, the bullet drop experiment.
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