49 True/False questions

velocity with constant acceleration formula → displacement = 1/2(initial velocity + final velocity)(time interval)

displacement = how far from ______ ______ an object is → original position

displacement also includes a description of the _________ of motion → direction

velocity describes a _______ with both a direction and a numerical value indicating how fast something moves → motion

_______ is the rate of change of velocity with respect to time → displacement

distance = how far an object ______ → travels

in a velocityversustime graph a straight, diagonal line indicates... → constant acceleration // increasing velocity

in a distanceversustime graph a curved (parabola) line indicates... → increasing velocity

free falling bodies undergo _______ acceleration → downward

average speed formula →

at the top of it's path, an object's velocity has decreased until it is ___ → 0

the instantaneous velocity at a given time can be determined by .... → measuring the slope of the line that is tangent to that point on the positionversustime graph

displacement with constant acceleration formula → displacement = 1/2(initial velocity + final velocity)(time interval)

a negative acceleration and a negative velocity indicate that an object is ______ _____ → speeding up

if an object is at rest, its position (does or does not) change with respect to a fixed frame of reference → does not

the velocity of an object can be determined if the object's position is known at specific ______ along its path → times

average velocity formula →

the slope and shape of a graph describe the object's _____ → motion

for any positiontime graph, average ______ can be determined → constant

_______ has no direction, only magnitude →

the constant acceleration due to gravitational force (motion is referred to as) → measuring the slope of the line that is tangent to that point on the positionversustime graph

the total displacement divided by the time interval during which the displacement occurred → average velocity

acceleration is _____ during upward and downward motion → constant

displacement depends on ... (3 things) → acceleration, initial velocity, time

when an object begins moving down (after its velocity has reached 0) it has a _____ velocity and ______ acceleration → negative  negative

average velocity formula →

displacement is a _______ in position →

average acceleration formula →

free falling objects always have the same _______ acceleration → constant

an object thrown into the air has a _______ acceleration as soon as they are released → downward

displacement formula →

acceleration has dimensions of ... → length

time^2 
final velocity after any displacement formula → Vf^2 = Vi^2 + 2(a)(x)

the velocity of an object at some instant or at a specific point in the object's path → times

in a distanceversustime graph a straight, horizontal line indicates... → constant velocity

position = where an object is ______ → located

when an object is thrown up in the air, it has a ______ velocity and a _____ acceleration → positive  negative

a system for specifying the precise location of objects in space and time → acceleration

all objects dropped near the surface of a planet fall with the same ____ _____ → constant acceleration

in a distanceversustime graph a straight, diagonal line indicates... → no velocity // not moving

as an object's velocity increases, the object travels a ______ distance during each time interval → downward

constant acceleration due to gravity (number) → 9.81 m/s^2 (may be rounded to 10)

the change in position of an object →

instantaneous velocity (may or may not) be the same as average velocity → may not

the rate at which velocity changes over time; an object _____(s) if its speed, direction, or both change → acceleration

the average velocity is equal to the ______ _______ needed to cover the given displacement in a given time interval → constant velocity

displacement (is or is not) always equal to the distance traveled → is not

in a velocityversustime graph a straight, horizontal line indicates... → constant velocity // no acceleration

final velocity depends on ... → initial velocity, acceleration, time, displacement