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SPEED, VELOCITY, WORLD CLASS ATHLETES, AND YOU!
Name
Time yourself, or have someone else time you, to see how long it takes for you to run the 50.0m laid out
in the hall. Be careful and watch out for others. Dont hurt yourself, but run as fast as you can.
ACCELERATION WORKSHEET
Name
1. Shelly starts from rest on her bicycle at the top of a hill. After 6.0s she has reached a final velocity
of 14m/s. What is Shellys acceleration?
2. A ball is rolling at 4.80m/s over level ground when it encounters a ramp, wh
MOTION WORKSHEET #1
Name
1. For everyday situations, to what is motion assumed to be relative to?
2. A car travels at a constant speed of 20m/s and yet it does not have a constant velocity. Explain
how this could be.
3. How long will it take a car traveli
MOTION WORKSHEET #2
Name
1. A car with a velocity of +22m/s is accelerated at a rate of +1.6m/s2 for 6.8 s. What is the final
velocity of the car?
2. What is the final velocity of a proton that starts at +2.35x105m/s, and is accelerated at the rate of
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