Distance-Time Graphs, Velocity and Acceleration

HideShow resource information
R G G R A D I E N T W A X D O J N X
R K L T V M H I Y K L R J T R Y H Q
R M V S A E I S R W L F O X N P F O
I W V D S Q H A S U D M X A A R O S
H M Q W P I F L K S I E O C W Q C J
Q W U P Y C K A Y O S D Y C T W Q I
U V A J C E G U L W T E H E L E N C
V E L O C I T Y K V A V Q L G V C Y
W D I R E C T I O N N M V E S Q H S
B M I F B P Q U I R C T N R S Y H R
L A T N N Q E D E A E S U A P H Y N
G M F J C L D W B Y C R E T E A I G
T I R V C M O R W A U K X I E S G K
T C V R Y L T I T C K O B O D J U J
Q H P D S H G W H C F F S N F T H F
J V I T I M E T A K E N X Q R B O P
K P X R I K R X W F X F N M K H V X
E K I S G S I I U C N C O O L O N G

Clues

  • ? = change of velocity X time taken (12)
  • Acceleration is the change of ? per second (8)
  • An object moving at a constant speed travels at the same ? every second (8)
  • Deceleration is the change of velocity per second when an object becomes ? (6)
  • Measured in metre/seconds (5)
  • Speed in metres/second = Distance travelled in meters divided by ? (4, 5)
  • The steeper the ? of the line on a distance-time graph of a moving object, the greater the object's speed is (8)
  • Velocity is speed in a given ? (9)

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Physics resources:

See all Physics resources »See all Forces and Motion resources »