# Physics 8-22-13 Motion and Displacement

PHYSICS – What a “moving” lesson today! Get it? “Moving”? Okay, okay, I’ll stop. Here’s the lecture from Thursday on the intro to motion. Great beginning to kinematics! Let’s crank it up on the problems tomorrow!
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## 7 thoughts on “Physics 8-22-13 Motion and Displacement”

1. Carly M P5 says:

For number 11 and problems like the Nate and Elijah, once we figure out the numbers, how do we know what to do with them? I’ll ask in more detail in class

2. Bekah H P5 says:

Is there a certain way that we need to write intervals for problems 1-4?

• Hudson C P5 says:

Oh Bekah, for problem four I think it is referring to the intervals between each mark on time axis (ex. 0-t1, t1-t2). For the first question, the interval is just everything that the graph has given you. I could be wrong on these though.

3. Will N P5 says:

In #7 on R52 in tonight’s homework, the problem does not provide us with a quantity of distance. How are we supposed to solve for time if we are not supplied distance?

• John H P5 says:

could you somehow use the formula for average velocity to your advantage?

4. Ryan P P5 says:

Did we ever get Hudson and Carly’s official weights?

5. Nelson F C2 says:

I’m having lots of fun in Chemistry! Comment for homework for 8/30/13