OCR AS Physics Unit 1 definitions - smart phone physics

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Intoduction
There are 40 Mechanics
definitions which you
need to learn and
practice recalling.
These are all listed in
these slides.
Other SmartphonePhysics
resources give you more
background detail on each.

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Components
The components of a
vector are any two
mutually perpendicular
vectors whose vector
sum is equal to the
original vector.…read more

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Resultant
The answer to a vector
sum of two or more
vectors.…read more

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Distance
The length of the path
travelled from an
object's starting
position to its final
position.…read more

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Thinking
Distance
The distance travelled
(at constant velocity) in
the time it takes the
driver to react.…read more

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Braking
Distance
The distance travelled
by the vehicle from
when the brakes are
firstly applied until it
stops safely.…read more

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Stopping
Distance
The sum of the
Thinking Distance and
the Braking Distance.…read more

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Displacement
The length AND
direction of a straight
line drawn from an
object's starting
position to its final
position.…read more

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Instantaneous
speed
The gradient of a
tangent drawn on
distance vs time graph.…read more

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Average speed
The total distance
travelled divided by the
total time taken.…read more

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