1) distance

2) speed

3) work (energy)

4) power

5) time

6) mass

2) speed

3) work (energy)

4) power

5) time

6) mass

What are the characteristics of a scalar quantity?

1) displacement (how far from where it started) (also has direction)

2) velocity

3) acceleration (a change in ones velocity)

4) force

5) momentum

6) impulse

2) velocity

3) acceleration (a change in ones velocity)

4) force

5) momentum

6) impulse

What are the characteristics of a vector quantity?

Scalars have magnitude(size) only. No direction.

Scalars have ______________________ only. No _____________.

Vectors have a magnitude(size) and direcrion(360 degrees)

Vectors have a ___________________ and ___________________.

V = distance over time

What is the equation for average speed?

V = displacement over time

What is the equation for average velocity?

A: Speed and work

Which quantities are scalar?

A: Speed and work

B: Velocity and force

C: distance and acceleration

D: momentum and power

A: Speed and work

B: Velocity and force

C: distance and acceleration

D: momentum and power

A: Mass

Which quantity is scalar?

A: Mass

B: force

C: momentum

D: acceleration

A: Mass

B: force

C: momentum

D: acceleration

0m

In a drill during basketball practice, a player runs the length of the 30-meter court and back. The player does this three times in 60 seconds. What is the players total displacement?

B: speed is to velocity

Scalar is to vector as-

A: displacement is to distance

B: speed is to velocity

C: displacement is to velocity

D: speed is to distance

A: displacement is to distance

B: speed is to velocity

C: displacement is to velocity

D: speed is to distance

6.0 shorter

A baseball player runs 27.4 meters from the batter’s box to first base, overruns first base by 3.0 Meters, and then returns to first base. Compared to the total distance traveled by the player

, the magnitude of the players total displacement from the batters box is….

, the magnitude of the players total displacement from the batters box is….

D: acceleration

Which is a vector quantity?

A: distance

B: time

C: speed

D: acceleration

A: distance

B: time

C: speed

D: acceleration

Greater or equal

Distance is ALWAYS (greater than or equals/ less than or equal) to the Displacement.