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The second part of the video related to physics field to improve the student's vocabulary

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The second part of the video related to physics field to improve the student's vocabulary

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Physics: Motion in a Straight Line Part 2Video length

4 minutes 24 seconds

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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)

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Level

The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)

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This resource is intended for:Special needs students

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This resource does not contain any images, words or ideas that would upset a reasonable person in any culture.

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This resource is licensed by NataliaGorokhova under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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11/9/2021

Video quiz questions (printable)

1. Fill the gap.

Now, what if you didn't stop, but instead were coasting at

2. Fill the gap.

you end up with a graph that's all curvy, like this.

3. Fill the gap.

So, to graph your velocity, you'd put your velocity on theaxis and time on theaxis.

4. Fill the gap.

… its units are meters per second per second -- otherwise known as.

5. Fill the gap.

All you have to do is take the change in position andthe change in time.

6. Fill the gap.

Figuring out how much something is changing just means that you have toits starting value from its final value.

7. Fill the gap.

Here 's something that is incredibly

8. Fill the gap.

… acceleration thatat a constant rate we can rearrange this equation to get v v_0 at.

9. Fill the gap.

That's average velocity equaling to velocity at time 0 plus the product of accelerationtime.

10. Fill the gap.

… yourvelocity, and how long you were moving for, and uses that information to figure out what yourwas.

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