Speed and Motion Graphs

Speed and Motion Graphs

Distance and Time Graph Practice Discussion What does a diagonal straight line on a motion graph tell you about speed? Sketch this and label. X-axis with units Y- axis with units Title Graph of ____________________________ 12 Distance: Meters 10 2) This graph Shows: a) A distance of 10 meters b) A distance of 12 meters c) A distance of 12 seconds d) A distance of 10 miles 8 6 3)A straight line on a graph indicates; e) Increasing speed. f) Decreasing speed. g) Steady speed. h) Stopped i) Moving backwards 4 2 0 0

1) This graph shows: a) Average Speed b) Actual Speed c) Velocity and Distance d) Distance and Speed 2 4 6 8 Time: Seconds 10 12 Graph of ___________________ 1) This graph shows: a) Average Speed b) Actual Speed c) Velocity and Distance d) Speed and time 8 7 Distance : Meters 6 2) This graph Shows: a) 3m at 8 seconds b) 6m at 6 seconds c) 0m at 6 seconds d) 4m at 2 seconds 5

4 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Time: Seconds 6 7 8 3) A straight, horizontal line on this graph indicates; e) Increasing speed. f) Decreasing speed. g) Steady speed. h) Stopped 9 i) Moving backwards Graph of ___________________ 8 1) This graph shows: a) Average Speed b) Actual Speed c) Velocity and Distance

d) Speed and time 2) This graph Shows: a) 3m at 10 seconds b) 6m at 6 seconds c) 3m at 6 seconds d) 4m at 4 seconds 3) A straight, diagonal line on this graph indicates; e) Increasing speed. f) Decreasing speed. g) Steady speed. h) Stopped i) Moving backwards 7 Distance: Meters 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Time: Seconds 6

7 8 9 Graph of ___________________ 40 1) This graph shows: a) Average Speed b) Actual Speed c) Velocity and Distance d) Speed and time 2) This graph Shows: a) 3m at 10 seconds b) 6m at 30 seconds c) 5m at 10 seconds d) 4m at 20 seconds 3) A curved line on this graph indicates; e) Increasing speed. f) Decreasing speed. g) Steady speed. h) Stopped 35 Distance: Meters 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 0 5

10 15 20 Time: Seconds 25 30 35 D ista n ce : M eters Graph of ______________________________ 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 Time: Seconds 1) This graph shows the motion of a bunny. The bunny is hopping from her burrow over to an oak tree. Describe the motion of the bunny. Tell a story about what is happening to her. 2) What is happening between seconds 4 and 6? 3) What is happening between seconds 6 and 8? Graph of ______________________________ 7 Distance : Meters 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 Time: Seconds 1) Which line on the graph is the bunnys actual speed? How do you know? 2) Is it possible for the bunny to do what the straight line on the graph shows? Why or why not? 3) What do you know about the steepness of line on a distance/time graph? 9 Graph of ______________________________ 45 D 40 35 Km 30 25 20 15 10 B C 10 15 A 5 0 0

5 20 25 minutes 1) This graph shows the motion of a car driving through your neighborhood. Describe the motion of the car. 2) Is this an actual speed graph or an average speed graph? 3) What is happening between points A and B? 4) What is happening between points B and C? 5) What is happening between points C and D? 6) What is the distance traveled between points A and D? How much time has passed? Graph of ______________________________ miles 40 C 35 D 30 25 B A 20 15 E 10 5

0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 minutes 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) How much time has passed between points A and B? What is the total distance traveled shown on the graph? How much distance has been traveled between points B and D? How much time has passed between points B and D? What is happening between points D and E? What is the furthest distance traveled? What was the distance traveled in 50 seconds? 45 50 55

Graph of ______________________________ 12 Distance: meters 10 8 6 4 2 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 Time: seconds Make up a story to explain the motion on this distance/time graph. 60 70

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