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• A measure of the total distance travelled in a certain time. (7, 5)
• How far one position is from another, measured in metres (m), e.g. 12 m; a scalar quantity. (8)
• The change in y-axis over the change in the x-axis (rise over step). (8)
• The displacement per unit time, measured in metres per second (m s–1), e.g. 330 m s–1; a vector quantity. (8)
• The distance travelled in a particular direction, measured in metres (m), e.g. 3 m; a vector quantity. (12)
• The distance travelled per unit time, measured in metres per second (m s–1), e.g. 12 m s–1; a scalar quantity. (5)
• The equations used to describe displacement, acceleration, initial velocity, final velocity and time when a body undergoes a constant acceleration. (6)
• The rate of change of velocity, measured in metres per second squared; a vector quantity. (12)
• The speed of an object at a given moment in time (13, 5)
• When an object is accelerating under gravity (i.e. at 9.81 m s–2) (8)