# Firsrt 3 Modules of P2

These notes are based on the first 3 Modules of P2. I hope they are useful. :)

I have made notes on all the important stuff you need to know for the first three modules of P2. If you know these points then you can easily answer exam-style questions on these three modules.

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• Created by: Rupesh
• Created on: 12-12-12 20:29

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Distance Time Graphs:
A Horizontal Line represents a stationary object
Object moving at constant speed is a straightline that slopes upwards
Velocity Time Graphs:
Horizontal Line represents Zero Acceleration
Area under the line = Distance
Key Terms:
Velocity is speed in a given direction (m/s)
Acceleration is the change in velocity per second (m/s2)
Deceleration is the change in velocity per second when an object slows down
Forces:
A force can change the shape of an object or its state of rest or its motion (N)
Resultant Force is a single force that has the same effect as all the other forces acting on the object
(N)
Zero Resultant Force:
If an object is at rest it remains stationary
If an object was moving it continues to move at the same speed and in the same direction
NonZero Resultant Force:
It depends on the size and direction of the force:
if an object's forces are equal then their difference = resultant force and it acts in the
direction of the larger force
If an object's forces are equal then their sum = resultant force and it acts in the same
direction.
Key Points:
The bigger the resultant force of an object, the greater the acceleration is.
The greater the mass of an object is, the smaller its acceleration.
F= ma whereby F= Force (N), m= Mass (kg), a= Acceleration (m/s2)

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