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Accelerating motion

Subject: Physics
Grade: Lower Secondary
Publisher: YDP
Resource types: Class activity
Resource ID: g70
At the end of this activity, students should be able to:
– derive acceleration and distance from the graph v(t)
– describe how the speed changes in uniformly variable motion and represent it on a graph
– describe how the distance travelled by a body moving in accelerating motion, in which the initial speed equals zero, changes with every second
– plot a graph s(t) for uniformly variable motion.

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