# Speed, Velocity & Acceleration Video

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### For which of the following objects would the average speed be 20 miles per hour?

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### 2. Why do heavier objects fall to earth more quickly than do lighter objects?

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This quiz/worksheet are going to assess you on the average speed and velocity of objects, the contrast between speed and velocity, and the relationship between heavier and lighter objects.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

More specifically, you will be gauged by questions about:

• Examples of objects traveling at about 20 mph
• Distinctions between speed and velocity
• The effect of weight on how rapidly an item falls to earth
• The average velocity of a person running around their house
• A baseball's speed after falling from a tall building

## Skills Practiced

• Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the uses of speed and velocity
• Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as acceleration and velocity
• Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the calculation of acceleration rate and interpret it correctly

Obtain a greater understanding of these concepts with the related lesson titled Speed, Velocity & Acceleration. You'll be able to use this lesson to focus on significant topics such as:

• Practical applications of velocity and speed
• Displacement versus distance
• Negative acceleration
• Real-world acceleration
• Gravity's role in acceleration and velocity
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