Study Guide 1. Displacement- definition and draw a picture 2. Draw a line to scale representing 10 meters in an easterly direction. b. At the end of that line, draw a line representing 7 meters in a northerly direction. c. From the end of the second line, draw a line representing 10 meters in a westerly direction. d. Connect the end of the third line to the starting point. e. Measure the distance and direction from the starting point to the end of the third line. Distance ___________ Direction ______________ 3. Construct a Distance- Time Graph using the data. Analyze the segments in the graph using the words slope and speed for each distinct segment. Time (s) Distance (m) 0 5 1 10 2 15 3 15 4 15 5 15 6 30 7 45 4. Draw a Distance-Time Graph showing quickly moving, slowly moving, and stationary object. 5. A student rides her bicycle from her home to the library. She stays there for a while and then goes to a friend's house. Draw a graph to represent this situation? 6. 6. Solve the diagrams to the right. 7. As the space shuttle approaches the Earth, it begins to get hot and glow. Why? 8. Joe can pitch a baseball a distance of 48 meters in 1.5 seconds. How fast is his pitch? 9. How long does it take a bird to fly 300km if it travels at a speed of 50 km/hr? 10. Jackson rode his bicycle 60 kilometers in 4 hours. How fast was he going? 11. Use the words Gravity and Friction to describe the motion of the object below. 12. Use the words Mass and Friction to compare and contrast the 2 pictures below.