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Acceleration

Acceleration

Author: Greg Westendorf
Description:
  1.  

    Define the term acceleration.

  2.  

    Relate acceleration to velocity and time.

  3.  

    Define the phrase average acceleration.

  4.  

    Define the phrase instantaneous acceleration without using calculus.

  5.  

    Demonstrate how to find the acceleration of an object.

  6.  

    Use some form of graphic to help the learner visualize acceleration.

  7.  

    Try to use real world/meaningful examples whenever possible.

  8.  

    Use some means for the learner to check their understanding.

 

This learning packet should help the learner understand the concept of acceleration.

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Tutorial

Basic information needed to understand acceleration.

Calculating Average Acceleration

demonstration of calculating average acceleration.