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  1. What is the equation for working out speed, distance or time?
    Distance = Speed x Time
  2. How far can a car travel going 100m/s in 60 seconds?
    100x 60=600m
  3. How fast is a car travelling if it travels 100m in 20 seconds?
    100/20= 5m/s
  4. How long will it take a car to travel 300m at 20m/s?
    • 300x20=6000s
    •             =100 mins
  5. What is the difference between Velocity and Speed?
    • Speed is a scalar quantity which can get bigger
    • Velocity has direction (speed in a given direction)
  6. Which axis should time always be put on?
    X
  7. On a velocity graph what direction is object A moving in?
    Away from the start
  8. On a velocity graph what direction is object B moving in?
    Back to the start
  9. On a velocity graph what direction is object C moving in?
    It is not moving
  10. Which is moving faster?
    A

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MichKatie
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Science- Physics
Updated:
2014-04-25 12:09:53
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