|motion diagram of car turning||0.22||0.7||3961||24|
|motion diagram of an object at rest||1.87||0.5||1649||31|
|motion diagram of a car||0.69||0.3||8523||92|
|motion diagram of ball||0.37||0.9||8488||64|
|motion diagram of a pendulum||1.13||0.5||3093||4|
|motion diagram of a dropped ball||0.13||0.2||5644||65|
|motion diagram of car||0.77||1||8792||6|
|motion diagram of speeding car||1.08||0.4||7762||96|
|car motion diagram||1.25||0.1||988||99|
|motion diagram for object at rest||1.25||0.3||4941||83|
Motion Diagrams Car 1 (red), initial values Position: 0 m +30 m 0 Velocity: 0 m/s 10 m/s 5 Acceleration: -2 m/s/s 2 m/s/s 0.0 Car 2 (blue), initial values Position: 0 m +30 m 0 Velocity: 0 m/s 10 m/s 5 Acceleration: -2 m/s/s 2 m/s/s 0.0What is a motion diagram?
Summary of Motion Diagrams A motion diagram is a series of snapshots of the motion of the object, taken at regular time intervals. A motion diagram shows only the POSITION of the object on the position axis. A motion diagram depicts the motion of the object over a chosen time periodHow do you describe the motion of an object?
One means of describing a motion is through the use of a diagram. A dot diagram (sometimes called ticker tape diagrams or oil drop diagrams) represents the position of an object at constant intervals of time (like every second) with a dot. The pattern of dots reveals information about the nature of the motion.Why do we use a dot diagram for motion?
Dot diagrams for objects moving with a constant velocity and with an accelerated motion are shown below. And so dot diagrams provide one more means of representing various features of the motion of objects.