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AP Physics 1: Exam Prep13 chapters | 143 lessons | 6 flashcard sets

A marathon runner runs with an average velocity of 5.5 m/s. How long in seconds does it take for the runner to travel 158 m?

(Round to the nearest second.)

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This quiz will assess your understanding of the five basic kinematics equations by requiring you to solve practice problems about various objects in motion.

Solve story problems using the big five kinematics equations to find:

- Final Velocity
- Final Position
- Time

This quiz/worksheet combo helps students to practice using the following skills:

**Problem solving**- use acquired knowledge to solve kinematics practice problems**Interpreting information**- verify that you can view information regarding how to use the big five kinematics equations and interpret it correctly**Knowledge application**- use your knowledge to answer questions about the time, final velocity, and final position of an object in motion

See the accompanying lesson called Uniformly-Accelerated Motion and the Big Five Kinematics Equations to learn more about solving problems that use position, displacement, velocity and acceleration. This lesson covers:

- Why physicists simplify real world scenarios for their calculations
- Assuming uniformly accelerated motion and straight-line motion
- What the Big Five equations are
- How to use these equations to solve problems

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AP Physics 1: Exam Prep13 chapters | 143 lessons | 6 flashcard sets

- 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
- 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
- Determining Acceleration Using the Slope of a Velocity vs. Time Graph 5:07
- 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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