This 16-slide PowerPoint introduces students to the concepts of constant acceleration and kinematic equations. More specifically, this presentation defines acceleration, compares positive versus negative acceleration, discusses average acceleration, introduces acceleration vs. time graphs, and introduces the four main kinematic equations. Five detailed practice problems using the GUESS method of problem solving are included throughout the presentation.
This presentation was created for use in a first-year physics course, although it could also probably be used in a physical science course. This product will be downloaded as a zipped folder. That way, you will receive a PowerPoint (pptx) version of the file as well as a PDF version of the file.
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. The bundle includes this PowerPoint, the Displacement and Velocity PowerPoint
, and the Free Fall PowerPoint
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