# Unit 5 Jeopardy by maclaren1

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Speed
Velocity
Acceleration
Jeopardy

Speed   Velocity   Acceleration     Graphs   Physics
Galore   is Phun

100      100           100           100      100

200      200           200           200      200

300      300           300           300      300

400      400           400           400      400

500      500           500           500      500

Final Jeopardy
Speed for 100
• What is the speed of   • Step 1
a car that has gone      – D = 60 meters
60 meters in             – T = 20 minutes
20mins?                  – S=?
• Step 2
– s = d/t
• Step 3
– S = 60m/20min
• Step 4
– 3m/min

Back
Speed for 200
• Step 1
• If school is 50             – D = 50 meters
meters away from            – T=?
Janet's’ house, how         – S = 10m/2min =
5m/min
will it take her to get
to school if she          • Step 2
– t = s/d
walks 10meters in
2min?                     • Step 3
– T = 50m/5m/min
• Step 4
– 10 min

Back
Speed for 300
• Person A is traveling
A     faster than person C
B     both have a
C     constant speed

What is the difference in speed
between person A & person C?

Back
Speed for 400

• Draw a graph for the
following scenario:
From home, Nicole
begins to drive to the store at
constant speed. She stops
at the stop sign and
remembers that she has to
go to the bank that is 40
meters past her house.
Once she gets to the bank,
she doesn’t have her ATM
card and has to return home.
(Note: All speeds are
constant)
Back
Speed for 500

• Write a brief story   • Speed is constant -
explaining in the       then the speed is
graph.                  constant but faster –
stops – turns around
fast constant speed
– slower constant
speed

Back
Velocity for 100
• It takes Sara 90min to   • Step 1
get to Tucson from          – D = 180 kilometers
Phoenix (180km). What       – T = 90 minutes
is her velocity             – V=?
– Direction - South
• Step 2
– V = d/t + direction
• Step 3
– S = 180m/90min
(south)
• Step 4
– 2km/min South
Back
Velocity for 200
• An Amtrak train        • Step 1
travels from Phoenix      – D = 240 miles
to Flagstaff              – T = 6 hours
240miles in 6 hours.      – V=?
What is the trains        – Direction - North
average velocity?      • Step 2
– V = d/t + direction
• Step 3
– V = 240mi/6hr North
• Step 4
– 40mph North
Back
Velocity for 300
• When lines on a            • No! When lines
velocity-time graph          intersect on a v-t
intersect, does this
mean that the two cars
graph, it means that
are passing by each          the two cars have
other? If not, what does     the same velocity.
it mean?                     When lines intersect
on a p-t graph, it
means that the two
cars are passing
each other.

Back
Velocity for 400
• Draw a velocity/time   • Answer
graph from the
following
position/time graph
Position (m)

Back
Velocity for 500
• Identify the type of   • 1 = Acceleration
motion for each area   • 2 = Constant Speed
in the velocity/time   • 3 = De-acceleration
graph

2
1           3

Back
Acceleration 100
• What is the         • A change in velocity
definition of         – Change in direction
acceleration? (Be       or change in speed
specific)

Back
Acceleration for 200

• Draw a positive
acceleration on
a position/time
graph

Back
Acceleration for 300
• A train is traveling at the   • Step 1
speed of 50m/s at the           –   Final V = 70m/s
top of the hill. 5              –   Original V = 50m/s
seconds later it reaches        –   T = 5 sec
the bottom of the hill          –   A=?
moving 70m/s. What is         • Step 2
the rate of acceleration        – A = Final V – Orig. V
of the train?                              Time
• Step 3
– A = 70m/s – 50m/s
5s
• Step 4
– 4m/s/s

Back
Acceleration for 400

• Match the appropriate    • A = Blue Car
line to the particular
color of car.
• B = Red Car

• C = Green Car

Back
Acceleration for 500
• A ball rolls down an          • a) v = a x t
inclined plane with a            – V = 2 m/s2 x 3s = 6 m/s
constant acceleration of
2 m/s2:                       • b) d = v x t
– a) how fast is the ball       – d = 6 m/s x 3 sec = 18m
traveling after 3
seconds?
– b) how far has the ball    • c) t = v/a
traveled in those 3           –   t = 20m/s / 2 m/s2
seconds?                      –   T = 10s
– c) how far has the ball       –   d=vxt
traveled by the time its      –   d = 20m/s x 10s
velocity is 20 m/s?
–   d = 200m

Back
Graphs Galore for 100
• Identify the following   1. Position/Time
graphs based on          2. Velocity/Time
their units.             3. Acceleration/Time
meters

1
Sec
m/s

2
Sec
m/s/s

3
Sec
Back
Graphs Galore for 200
• Draw a velocity time
graph for the
following scenario:
– Jim rode his bike      Velocity
down the mountain
until it leveled out
and he rode at
constant speed.
Then he started
accelerating down
the mountain again.

Back
Graphs Galore for 300
•   Draw 3 position
time graphs that         1
represent:
1. An object stopped
2. An object traveling
at constant speed         2
3. An object
accelerating

3

Back
Graphs Galore for 400
• Draw a velocity time
graph, based off the
following graph:
5
4
3

Velocity (m/s)
Position (m)
Velocity (m/s)
2

Time
1

Time                             (s)
-5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0

Time
(s)
(s)

Back
Graphs Galore for 500
• Draw a position/time
graph, a                 Position/Time

velocity/time graph,
& an acceleration
time graph for the
following data:          Velocity/Time
Time   Dist.
(s)   (m)
1      2
2      4
3      6             Acceleration/Time
4      8
5      10
Back
Anything is game for 100
• What is the           • Velocity is speed in
difference between      an given direction
speed and velocity?

Back
Anything is game for 200
• What does the slope   • P-T = Velocity
of a position/time    • V-T = Acceleration
graph represent?
• What does the slope
of a velocity/time
graph represent

Back
Anything is game for 300
•    What do the         1.   Speed
following units     2.   Distance
represent?          3.   Acceleration
1.   25mph
4.   Time
2.   102km
3.   5.5km/hr/sec   5.   Velocity
4.   6min
5.   - 74m/s

Back
Anything is game for 400
• Person C is traveling in
• Write a brief story     a positive direction and
explaining what is      D is traveling in a
happening with          negative direction need
person C and            to mention speed
person D                change.

Back
Anything is Game for 500

• Albert   is accelerating
• Bob is also
accelerating, but
not a much as Albert
• Charlie is running at
constant speed, stops
for 4 seconds and
then accelerates to
• Describe the motion in       100 meters
detail of Albert, Bob, and
Charlie
Back
Final Jeopardy

• Name the motion for the following graphs:
Constant + Velocity     Constant - Velocity     + Acceleration        De-Acceleration

Acceleration in                         Constant + Velocity &   Acceleration &
the - direction        Stopped
Constant - Velocity     De-acceleration
And the winner is…..