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## 3 Think Fast STUDENT NOTES

Learning Goals

_______________ is the rate of change in velocity.

_______________ is the rate of the change in position and time.

When something is dropped the initial velocity is _______________

What we learned in the lab
The relationship between time and distance is not _______________

The greater the _______________ the greater the _______________

Some of you are not good at catching meter sticks.

_______________would not be measured in the investigation so we used the formula:

t =

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## 2.3 Think Fast STUDENT NOTES

Generate an equation that does not have final velocity in it:

Variable

Name

Definition

SI Unit

Measured

d
vi
t
a

Developing A - 1

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Determine the total displacement of a car that is initially at 10 m/s but then accelerates at 2
m/s2 for five seconds

## 2.3 Think Fast STUDENT NOTES

Proficient A - 2
Determine the initial velocity of a car that decelerates at 2 m/s2 for 10 seconds when moving in
the positive x-direction for 500 m.

Proficient A - 3
Determine the acceleration of a missile that starts from rest and accelerates for two seconds
over 84 m.

Vertical Situations
The acceleration due to gravity near the surface of the Earth is _______________.
A ball is dropped.....

A ball is thrown up....

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## 2.3 Think Fast STUDENT NOTES

A ball is thrown down....

A ball is thrown up, at its highest point......

Proficient B - 1
Determine the displacement of ball 3 minutes after it was dropped

Proficient B - 2
Determine the time a ball is in the air if dropped from a 10,000 m tall mountain

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## Write a briefly summary of your learning. Remember:

Summarize the MAIN IDEAS of the lecture
Identify the content that needs to be MEMORIZED
Identify the PROBLEM SOLVING strategies
APPLY the content to Real World scenarios NOT in the presentation.

Do NOT tell me how you feel about it (opinions do not belong in summaries).
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Circle ONE of the following options:

1) I FULLY understand ALL of the material and I WILL DEMONSTRATE my knowledge by writing a
PROFICIENT or HIGHER level question specifically over the material in these notes.

2) I am having difficulty with ______________________________________ topic and I plan to