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Objective: To express an understanding of the magnitude and direction of the velocity and acceleration vector for a free-falling object over the course of its trajectory. If you miss a question, then you will eventually be given a very similar question. You can use the Help button at any time.
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Describing Free Fall 6 Questions Describe the changes that occur to the magnitude and direction of the velocity and acceleration vectors.
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Speedometer 6 Questions Given the speed at one moment in time, determine the speed at another time.
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It’s About Time 6 Questions Associate the speed of a free falling object with the time.
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Which of these dot diagrams best describe the motion of a free-falling object that is dropped from rest?
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