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Describe the average velocity of a dune buggy using kinematics in this interactive tutorial. You'll calculate displacement and average velocity, create and analyze a velocity vs. time scatterplot, and relate average velocity to the slope of position vs. time scatterplots.
This is part 3 of 3 in a series that mirrors inquiry-based, hands-on activities from our popular workshops.
- Click to open The Notion of Motion, Part 1 - Time Measurements
- Click HERE to open The Notion of Motion, Part 2 - Position vs Time
Begin an exploration of kinematics to describe linear motion. You'll observe a motorized dune buggy, describe its motion qualitatively, and identify time values associated with its motion in the interactive lesson.
Explore informally fitting a trend line to data graphed in a scatter plot in this interactive online tutorial.
This is part 3 in 6-part series. Click below to open the other tutorials in the series.
Explore the different types of associations that can exist between bivariate data in this interactive tutorial.
This is part 2 in 6-part series. Click below to open the other tutorials in the series.
Learn to measure, graph, and interpret the relationship of distance over time of a sea turtle moving at a constant speed.
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