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# Velocity

## The speed of an object in a given direction.

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## Velocity

Students will learn how analyze and solve problems in two dimensions containing velocity vectors but no acceleration.
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## Speed and Velocity

by Karle Rewerts //basic
Difference between velocity and speed, using vector arrows to represent velocity, objects that have different velocities and how to calculate average velocity.
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## Velocity1

by EPISD Physics //basic
Difference between velocity and speed, using vector arrows to represent velocity, objects that have different velocities and how to calculate average velocity.
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## Velocity

Students will learn how analyze and solve problems in two dimensions containing velocity vectors but no acceleration.
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## Velocity Section 2.4

by Jannine Tuttle //basic
Difference between velocity and speed, using vector arrows to represent velocity, objects that have different velocities and how to calculate average velocity.
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## Velocity

Students will learn how analyze and solve problems in two dimensions containing velocity vectors but no acceleration.
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## Velocity

Students will learn how analyze and solve problems in two dimensions containing velocity vectors but no acceleration.
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## Velocity

by Joan Drobnak //basic
Difference between velocity and speed, using vector arrows to represent velocity, objects that have different velocities and how to calculate 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

## Relative Velocity Simulation

Adjust velocity and observe how it affects the time objects take to travel a given distance.
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• Video

## Relative Velocity

Uses a ball and cart to demonstrate how relative velocity can be implemented in practical scenarios.
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## Relative Velocity Quiz - PPB

Covers the relative velocity of two objects given their individual speeds, including a few problems requiring Pythagorean theorem for combining vectors.
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• Critical Thinking

## Relative Velocity Discussion Questions

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

Why do we need to know the difference between speed, velocity, and average velocity? Each is important when you go driving.
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• Real World Application

## How Fast Does A Gravitational Wave Travel?

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• Flashcards

## Relative Velocity Flashcards

by CK-12 //basic
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Relative Velocity.
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