Velocity and Acceleration

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  • Created by: Olivia
  • Created on: 27-04-13 14:10

Speed and velocity are both measured in m/s. They say how fast you are going.

Speed= just how fast your going (e.g. 30mph or 20m/s) with no regard to direction

Velocity must jabe the direction specified, e.g. 30mph north or 20m/s 060 degrees.

Average speed=distance moved/time taken OR S=D/T.

Example: A cat skulks 20m in 35seconds, find its average speed and how long…


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