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Objective: To construct the motion diagram for a given motion, showing properly-spaced dots, velocity vectors, and acceleration vectors. 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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Motion Diagrams
Dot Diagrams with Velocity Vectors 6 Questions
Pick from among the three activities -  Dot Diagrams with Velocity Vectors, Dot Diagrams with Acceleration Vectors, and Motion Diagram Challenges.
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Motion Diagram Challenges 6 Questions
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You have done it! You have successfully analyzed all six situations in the  Dot Diagrams with Velocity Vectors activity.
You have done it! You have successfully analyzed all six challenges  in this activity.
You have done it! You have successfully analyzed all six situations in the  Dot Diagrams with Acceleration Vectors activity.
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Select the dot diagram (or particle model) that corresponds to this motion.EndFragment    
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Now select the velocity vectors that corresponds to this motion.
Red arrows represent Velocity vectors.
Tap to view a Velocity vector diagram.
Select These Vectors
No acceleration.
Tap to view a Acceleration vector diagram.
No Acceleration
Now select the acceleration vectors that corresponds to this motion.
Blue arrows represent Acceleration vectors.
Velocity Vectors
Are you sure you want to start this question over? It’s no big deal but if you start over, then you  will begin with the dots selection.
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Accel'n Vectors
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Red arrows: Velocity       Blue arrows: Acceleration
Check Diagram
The third activity of this Motion Diagrams Concept Builder works quite differently than the first two activities. Here’s what you need to know about the differences:
Motion Diagram Challenges
First, you must correctly create the entire Motion Diagram for six unique situations. You must complete the entire diagram before checking your answer. You will progress from the Dots to the Velocity Vectors to the Acceleration Vectors. Your progress will be tracked using icons like those shown at the right. Once your diagram is complete, you can check your answer.
A yellow background means the situation must be answered correctly 1 more time. A red background means it must be answered correctly 2 more times. A star means you’re done.
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Second, if you wish to start over at any time, then you will need to use the Restart button. Finally, once you have completed the motion diagram and tap on the Check Answer button, you will receive feedback. If you are incorrect, then you will not have an opportunity to immediately correct your answer. Instead, that situation will be marked wrong and you will have to answer it correctly two times before having completed that situation.