Students will learn how analyze and solve problems in two dimensions containing velocity vectors but no acceleration.
Difference between velocity and speed, using vector arrows to represent velocity, objects that have different velocities and how to calculate average velocity.
Uses a ball and cart to demonstrate how relative velocity can be implemented in practical scenarios.
Covers the relative velocity of two objects given their individual speeds, including a few problems requiring Pythagorean theorem for combining vectors.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Relative Velocity.
Adjust velocity and observe how it affects the time objects take to travel a given distance.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Relative Velocity.