32 True/False questions

point of reference → term for the point that all motion is compared to

9.80 m/s^2 (32.2 ft/s^2) → An object with a large ____ ___ in relation to its ___ experiences more air resistance.

translational motion → term for translational motion along a straight line

acceleration → term for any change in velocity per unit time

displacement → term for the distance between two points in a straight line

speed → Velocity is equal the ___ of the trend line on a graph.

altitude → True or False: The value of gravity is greater at a higher altitude.

uniformly accelerated → When the acceleration of an object is constant from one time interval to the next, its motion is _____ ______.

curvilinear motion → term for translational motion along a straight line

velocity → term for speed in a single stated direction

kinematics → term for speed in a single stated direction

slope → True or False: The value of gravity is greater at a higher altitude.

terminal velocity → term for motion involving starts, stops, and maneuvers

average speed → term meaning the distance an object moves per unit of time

free fall → term for the line drawn through the average positions of the various data points on a graph

gravity and air resistance → term for the point that all motion is compared to

sign convention → a way of showing positive and negative direction

when the force of air resistance equals the weight of the object → two forces that act on a falling object

constant velocity (uniform motion) → term for rectilinear motion with no change in speed

instantaneous velocity → term for the velocity at any given moment in time

False → True or False: The value of gravity is greater at a higher altitude.

deceleration → term for negative acceleration

surface area, mass → An object with a large ____ ___ in relation to its ___ experiences more air resistance.

variable velocity → term for motion involving starts, stops, and maneuvers

trend line → term for the line drawn through the average positions of the various data points on a graph

variably accelerated → When the acceleration of an object is constant from one time interval to the next, its motion is _____ ______.

vector → term for speed in a single stated direction

average acceleration → term for a change in velocity divided by the time required for the change

scalar → term for any quantity that has a magnitude but no direction

average velocity → term for motion involving starts, stops, and maneuvers

rectilinear motion → term for translational motion along a curved line

instantaneous acceleration → term for the velocity at any given moment in time