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Objective: To express an understanding of the conceptual and numerical nature of the velocity and acceleration vectors of an object that is launched vertically upward from the ground and travels through its full trajectory.
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Magnitude and Direction
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Identify the direction and compare the relative magnitude of the velocity and acceleration vectors at various locations along an upanddown trajectory.
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Identify the appropriate v and a vectors on a vector diagram for various locations in the upanddown trajectory of an object.
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Calculate numerical values of the velocity and acceleration at 1.0second intervals of time.
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A ball is launched upward from the ground. Its location at 1second intervals is shown. A set of velocity and acceleration vectors is shown for location A.
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g = 10 m/s/s
In this activity you will use the value of g (the acceleration caused by gravity). The value of g is 9.8 m/s/s. However, some Physics classes will round g to 10 m/s/s in order to shorten the calculating time and complexity with only minimal sacrifices to accuracy. This Concept Builder is equipped to use either value of g … so it’s your choice.
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