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Motion Graphs Summary Comparison Chart with Answer Key
This resource compares distance vs. time, velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs in the following ways: y-intercept, slope of tangent line, positive slope, negative slope, no slope, straight line, curve, area under the graph, stopped when, and uniform acceleration. This chart will allow
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Physics Unit 1:  Position-Time Graph Worksheet #2
This is a worksheet's purpose is to help bring students further along in their conceptual understanding of motion. It asks students to convert a data table of numbers into a position-time graph, and to create a "mathematical model" (i.e. slope-intercept equation) to describe movement. It asks st
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Graphical Analysis Using Pseudo Physics Equations
Just when we mastered Excel, Logger Pro, and tech-based data collection – the AP Physics Exam starts emphasizing simple lab equipment and graphing by hand!This double-sided worksheet allows you to teach how to linearize data BEFORE the physics. Just like the skills needed for the APPhysics Exam, th
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PhysicsLab1- Verification and Application of Equation of Motions
It is five labs in one; the labs include data collection, analysis, plotting the data and verification of the results compared with ideal condition. It also includes discussion on how to generate a linear line from a non-linear equation and find the unknown(s) from the slope and/or intercept of the
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