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One Dimensional Motion OverviewKinematicsThe study of motionFrame of ReferenceThe location of an object is it’sposition.An object is said to be in motion when it’s position changes relative to a stationary object.This is said to beit’sframe of reference.Example 1(from Khan Academy video)Example 2Example 3VectorScalarDefinition:Magnitude and DirectionDefinition:MagnitudeMeasurements and Units:Displacement (meters)Velocity (meters/second)Measurements and Units:Distance (meters)Speed (meters/second)DistanceDisplacementVariableDefinitionSI UnitsDistancedThe length of the path between the initial positionmeters
and final position.DisplacementΔ dorΔ xX = Xf- XiThe net change in position, includes direction.metersSpeeds=distancetimeThe rate at which an object changes its position.meters/secondAverage Speeds=total distancetotal timeThe total distance traveled over the total time ofmotion.

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Velocity, Total Distance, Dimensional Motion Overview