1-D Kinematics

Use these physics problems to test your knowledge on kinematics.
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This question set tests the concept of average velocity using both equations and graphs. Students will be able to recognize the difference between average velocity and average speed.
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An object can appear to have different velocities depending on the velocity of an observer. In this problem set, scenarios will be analyzed from different frames of reference in order to determine the velocity of one object relative to another.
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The concepts of position, velocity and time will be used to model a scenario involving two people racing towards a finish line. Information will be presented through equations and graphs.
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