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#### Forces, Net Forces & Acceleration

Pass along the knowledge of the great Sir Isaac Newton with this worksheet on the laws of motion. Including three separate problems, each involving multiple parts and calculations, this resource is a great way to monitor high schoolers'...

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#### Investigation: Acceleration

Take a look at acceleration within the context of automotive technology. They vary the mass on a toy car and run it down a ramp, exploring Newton's second law of motion. Though this is a classic lab activity, you will appreciate the...

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#### An Accelerated Look at Motion

Your physics followers will have fun envisioning Fluffy, The Wonder Hamster being launched in his exercise ball or Mr. Kirwan building an airplane in his backyard as they solve problems regarding acceleration. They are to draw a diagram...

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#### Unit III: Worksheet 4 - Uniform Acceleration

Eight problems require general physics recruits to calculate acceleration or distance traveled. They read the situations involving cars and buses, running bears, downhill skiers, and a rock slide and then get to work. Provide this as a...

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#### Unit III: Worksheet 3 - Uniform Acceleration

This three-page instructional activity moves physics masters to show what they know about motion. They analyze graphs of time versus displacement, solve instantaneous and average velocities, solve word problems, and graph results. This...

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#### Quiz 3: Acceleration

Assign this online resource to your physics fans as homework that will help prepare them for an assessment on acceleration. Make sure the questions are all answerable by the material you covered in class, but then rest in the time you...

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#### Unit III: Worksheet 1 - Uniform Acceleration

This concise handout posts a diagram of a block sliding down a ramp. High schoolers draw qualitative graphical representations for displacement vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time. They draw a motion map and list the...

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#### Creating Acceleration versus Time Graphs

In this acceleration worksheet, students use graphs of velocity versus time and acceleration versus time to describe the motion of objects.

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#### Acceleration Lab

In this acceleration worksheet, learners experiment with different sizes, masses and material of objects and determine how they affect acceleration.

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#### Acceleration 1

In this acceleration worksheet, learners use weights to increase the mass affecting the force on moving objects. Students plot a graph of their data and answer 3 questions about how the acceleration of the toy skateboard used in the...

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#### Acceleration and Speed Notes

In this acceleration and speed worksheet, 8th graders take notes on speed and motion. They define velocity and acceleration and show the formulae for calculating speed and acceleration.

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#### Calculating Acceleration Mini-Lab

In this acceleration worksheet, students utilize the mathematical equation for calculating the acceleration of an object to determine how much faster each second hot wheels cars travel. Students use 2 photogates, books and a wooden board...

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#### Acceleration and Average Speed

In this acceleration and average speed worksheet, students learn the equations for acceleration and average speed. They match 6 variables with their quantities, they identify speed vs. velocity and scalar vs. vector and they solve 4...

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#### Acceleration, Speed and Position Graphs

In this acceleration worksheet, students calculate the speeds and position of cars traveling at a given acceleration and complete a table with their answers. Students plot their data and describe their graphs using the terms linear,...

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#### Some Acceleration Practice Problems

In this acceleration worksheet, learners practice determining acceleration, distance traveled, velocity and time given 5 problems with different scenarios.

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#### Speed-Time Graphs and Acceleration

In this speed, time and acceleration worksheet, students fill in the blanks with six given terms about speed, acceleration and time. They solve six problems using a graph showing speed vs. time and they determine the acceleration of a at...

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#### Vertical Accelerations

In this accelerations worksheet, students draw pictures and vector diagrams for the given situations and then determine the acceleration of the given objects. This worksheet has 10 word problems.

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#### Acceleration

In this acceleration worksheet, students solve 14 problems including finding work done on an object, the speed of an object, the distance traveled and the acceleration.

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#### Physics 240: Worksheet 06-Acceleration and Free Body Diagrams

In this acceleration and free body diagrams worksheet, learners solve five problems using Newton's laws and they draw free body diagrams to help find the solutions.

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#### Force and Acceleration

In this force and acceleration worksheet, students solve 3 problems about moving objects, the forces working against them, the mass and their acceleration. Students determine if 6 statements about a falling elephant and a falling feather...

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#### Speed and Acceleration

In this speed and acceleration worksheet, students solve 4 problems where they find the average velocity of a moving object, the acceleration of a moving object, the distance a moving object travels and the time a falling object takes to...

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#### Position, Velocity & Acceleration vs. Time

In this motion activity, students use a graph showing the velocity of an object over time to describe the motion of the object and to determine the position of the object at different intervals. Then students create speed vs. time and...

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#### Acceleration 2

In this acceleration worksheet, students experiment with varying amounts of mass to observe the effects on the force needed to move an object. Kids apply Newton's Second Law of Motion to describe the relationship between mass and force...

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#### Exploring Acceleration with an Android

Small groups use rubber bands to accelerate an Android device along a track of books. They collect the acceleration data and analyze it in order to determine the device's velocity.