What name is given to the rate at which velocity changes

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acceleration

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Velocity can be defined as in a given direction

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speed

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Speed is a vector quantity

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It may help to know that a vector is a specific speed in a
specific direction. Example, 18kph at North Azimuth 84 degrees.

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Is distance a vector quanity

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No. Distance is not a vector quantity. It is a scalar quantity
and should not be confused with displacement, which is a vector
quantity.

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Distance is the magnitude of average velocity

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False. Average speed is.

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Average speed is

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the distance traveled divided by the time to travel that
distance and measured in m/s

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Acceleration can be found by computing the slope of

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You can find acceleration by calculating the slope of a time vs.
velocity graph. Time can be measured in seconds, and velocity in
meters per second. The slope, change in y over change in x, would
yield the units of m/s2, the units of acceleration.

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Distance is the magnitude of average velocity true or false

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false. Average speed is.

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What is the term given to vectors that dont lie in a straight line but instead point in different directions

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two dimensional

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Which phrase describes velocity

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A. a quantity of magnitude only

B. a quantity with direction only

C. a quantity with magnitude and direction

D. a quantity with no units

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Which of the following could not be vector magnitudes

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14 meters

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Cards in this guide (11)

What name is given to the rate at which velocity changes

acceleration

Velocity can be defined as in a given direction

speed

Speed is a vector quantity

It may help to know that a vector is a specific speed in a
specific direction. Example, 18kph at North Azimuth 84 degrees.

Is distance a vector quanity

No. Distance is not a vector quantity. It is a scalar quantity
and should not be confused with displacement, which is a vector
quantity.

Distance is the magnitude of average velocity

False. Average speed is.

Average speed is

the distance traveled divided by the time to travel that
distance and measured in m/s

Acceleration can be found by computing the slope of

You can find acceleration by calculating the slope of a time vs.
velocity graph. Time can be measured in seconds, and velocity in
meters per second. The slope, change in y over change in x, would
yield the units of m/s2, the units of acceleration.

Distance is the magnitude of average velocity true or false

false. Average speed is.

What is the term given to vectors that dont lie in a straight line but instead point in different directions

two dimensional

Which phrase describes velocity

A. a quantity of magnitude only

B. a quantity with direction only

C. a quantity with magnitude and direction

D. a quantity with no units

Which of the following could not be vector magnitudes