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Published: 09/10/2015
KS4 KS5 | Mechanics
11 pages

Kinematics in one dimension

This resource is a very clear, concise introduction to using constant acceleration formulae and interpreting distance-time graphs. It could be used as part of Mechanics, or as a higher GCSE exercise involving substitution and real-life graphs.        

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sue o'hanlon
sue o'hanlon
Thanks this is a very useful tool for teaching suvat eqts. It is particularly god for dealing with when a or v etc are negative.
Posted on 1st March 2016

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