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AP Physics 1: Exam Prep12 chapters | 136 lessons

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This interactive quiz, along with the accompanying worksheet, will test your understanding of showing motion through velocity vs. time graphs. You'll be quizzed on the graphic representation of an automobile's acceleration, braking, and backing up.

These assessments will test you on:

- Defining velocity as a vector quantity
- Representing an object's acceleration on a graph
- The meaning of negative and positive acceleration

**Defining key concepts**- ensure that you can accurately define key terms, such as velocity and acceleration**Making connections**- use your understanding of the concepts of acceleration and time**Information recall**- access the knowledge you gained regarding the x- and y-axis

To learn more, review the corresponding lesson called Using Velocity Vs. Time Graphs to Describe Motion. The lesson covers the following objectives:

- Understand the motion of an object by its shape on a graph
- Know what is represented when a line dips below the x-axis
- Differentiate velocity vs. time graphs from position vs. time graphs

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AP Physics 1: Exam Prep12 chapters | 136 lessons

- What is Kinematics? - Studying the Motion of Objects 3:29
- Scalars and Vectors: Definition and Difference 3:23
- What is Position in Physics? - Definition & Examples 4:42
- Distance and Displacement in Physics: Definition and Examples 5:26
- Speed and Velocity: Difference and Examples 7:31
- Acceleration: Definition, Equation and Examples 6:21
- Significant Figures and Scientific Notation 10:12
- Uniformly-Accelerated Motion and the Big Five Kinematics Equations 6:51
- Representing Kinematics with Graphs 3:11
- Ticker Tape Diagrams: Analyzing Motion and Acceleration 4:36
- What are Vector Diagrams? - Definition and Uses 4:20
- Using Position vs. Time Graphs to Describe Motion 4:35
- Determining Slope for Position vs. Time Graphs 6:48
- Using Velocity vs. Time Graphs to Describe Motion 4:52
- Velocity vs. Time: Determining Displacement of an Object 4:22
- Understanding Graphs of Motion: Giving Qualitative Descriptions 5:35
- Free Fall Physics Practice Problems 8:16
- Graphing Free Fall Motion: Showing Acceleration 5:24
- The Acceleration of Gravity: Definition & Formula 6:06
- Projectile Motion: Definition and Examples 4:58
- Projectile Motion Practice Problems 9:59
- Kinematic Equations List: Calculating Motion 5:41
- Go to AP Physics 1: Kinematics

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