# Motion graphs

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### 1. WHAT DOES THE SLOPE OF A LINE SHOW? Slope= steepness of the line Steeper slope = greater speed The line represents the SPEED OF THE OBJECT FASTER SLOWER

Deanna Lazarcheck saved to Beginning of the Year

### The motion of an object can be translated into a graph from which we can find more information about the journey. The graph below shows a displacement-time

Rozalasif saved to Physics lessons

### The distance-time (displacement-time) graph on the left is not related to the speed-time (velocity-time) graph. Both are of difference scenarios. But both shows the motion of 2 objects and both gra…

Nayab Ali saved to Physics Visual Notes ❋

### “Just movement references found this useful .gif by Leanndro . Very hypnotic XD”

sin0sin saved to ani & effect

### Students will practice their knowledge of motion graphs with these force and motion activities. Created with middle school in mind. Visit Jodi's Jewels today!

Alexis Weaver saved to 8th grade

### The motion of an object can be translated into a graph from which we can find more information about the journey. The graph below shows a displacement-time

Jonna Dawson saved to Sixth Grade

### Learn about position, velocity, and acceleration graphs. Move the little man back and forth with the mouse and plot his motion. Set the position, velocity, or acceleration and let the simulation move the man for you.

Kali Hines saved to Science

### Students will apply what they've learned about force and motion to analyze motion graphs - constant, acceleration, and at rest graphs. Thank you for shopping at Jodi's Jewels!

Kristen Brady saved to 8th grade science

### One dimensional motion with negative and positive acceleration

Mallory Adams saved to Teaching Physics