A golf club hitting a ball is an example of an __________ collision.
To find acceleration, you first subtract __________ than divide by time.
|A)||velocity from distance|
|B)||final speed from initial speed|
|C)||initial speed from final speed|
|D)||final time from initial time|
Movement occurs when an object moves relative to a __________.
An object that has the same speed but changes direction is __________.
During a(n) __________ collision, objects bounce off each other.
The reason an object can transfer energy to another after a collision is because of the conservation of __________.
At the beginning of a track race, the instantaneous speed of all runners is __________.
|C)||unable to be measured|
|D)||the average speed|
When a car goes around a curve at 20 mph, the __________ changes.
When something slows, its acceleration is __________.
An object that travels 100 m in 20 s has what speed?
|A)||2 000 m/s|
What is the term for a change in velocity?
When you graph speed, time is on the __________.
The __________ measures the speed during an entire trip.
When something accelerates then stops accelerating, what happens to the object?
|B)||continues to move at a constant velocity|
__________ is distance divided by time.
When a negative acceleration is graphed, the line __________.
|C)||goes to zero|
During any collision, some energy is lost due to __________.
Something is in motion if it __________.
What is the tendency for an object to resist change in its motion?
On an acceleration graph in which the line is level, the acceleration is __________.