# 'Average speed' diaporamas de présentation

## Location management and Moving Objects Databases

Location management and Moving Objects Databases Ouri Wolfson University of Illinois, Chicago wolfson@cs.uic.edu Location based services Examples: Where closest gas station? How do I get there? Track my pet/kid/bus Send coupon when "right" client close to store

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## Chapter 13 States of Matter

Chapter 13 States of Matter. Read pgs. 384 - 409. Kinetic Molecular Theory. The kinetic molecular theory describes the behavior of gases in terms of particles in motion. A. Gases consist of point-masses. No volume B. Gas particles are in constant motion.

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## Speed and Acceleration

Speed and Acceleration. Measuring motion. Measuring Distance. Meter – international unit for measuring distance. 1 mm. = 50 m. Calculating Speed. Speed (S) = distance traveled (d) / the amount of time it took (t). . S = d/t. Units for speed.

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## Lecture 5: Introduction to Physics PHY101

Lecture 5: Introduction to Physics PHY101. Chapter 2: Distance and Displacement, Speed and Velocity (2.1,2.2) Acceleration (2.3) Equations of Kinematics for Constant Acceleration (2.4). Displacement and Distance.

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## Physical Properties of Water

Physical Properties of Water. Heat Energy and Water Density Structure of Seawater Optical (Light) Properties Sound in Seawater . Density & Temperature. Taking heat energy away →.

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## Describing and Measuring Motion

Describing and Measuring Motion. When is an object in motion? What is a reference point? Calculate speed and velocity using SI units. Use graphs to show motion. Motion. change in position relative to a reference point. These bikers are NOT in motion relative to EACH OTHER!

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## Describing Motion

Describing Motion. Section 2-1. Motion. Motion occurs when an object changes its position. Both Distance and Time are important in describing motion. Sometimes you know motion has occurred even if you didn’t see it happen. (mail truck)

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## Chapter 4 Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

Chapter 4 Motion in Two and Three Dimensions. 4.1. What is Physics?       4.2. Position and Displacement       4.3. Average Velocity and Instantaneous Velocity       4.4. Average Acceleration and Instantaneous Acceleration       4.5. Projectile Motion

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## Lagos BRT Lite Success Story A Presentation at the: 2009 Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Policy(SSATP) Annual Meeting

Lagos BRT Lite Success Story A Presentation at the: 2009 Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Policy(SSATP) Annual Meeting. By Dr Dayo Mobereola MD/CEO Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA). Planning for17 million inhabitants

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## Physics Chapter 2 Notes

Physics Chapter 2 Notes. 2-1. Mechanics Study of the motion of objects Kinematics Description of how objects move Dynamics Force and why objects move as they do. Translational Motion Move without rotation Frame of reference Usually with respect to earth Coordinate axes

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## 200

Vocabulary. Speed. Forces. Laws. Labs. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. When the distance from object to another is changing. What is Motion?.

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## Linear Motion

Linear Motion. Chapter 2. Objectives Explain how you tell an object is moving Describe how you can calculate speed Distinguish between speed and velocity Describe how you can calculate acceleration Describe how the distance fallen per second changes for an object in free fall

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## 1. Point a 2. Point b 3. Point c 4. Actually, all yield the same total distance.

The spaceship at S wishes to touch the surface of the giant planet and proceed to point X in the shortest distance possible. To what point P on the planet surface should the spaceship travel?. 1. Point a 2. Point b 3. Point c 4. Actually, all yield the same total distance.

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## Chapter 2 Approaches to Problem Solving

Chapter 2 Approaches to Problem Solving. Section 2A The Problem Solving Power of Units Pages 84-95. Units. The units of a quantity describe what is being measured or counted. We can add or subtract numbers ONLY when they have the same units.

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## Speed/Motion Notes!

Speed/Motion Notes!. Motion – an object is in motion if it changes position to a reference point r=d/t Constant speed g speed does not change Average speed g speed changing (total distance/total time) Instantaneous speed g the speed of an object at any given instant.

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## Review of KMT PhET sims: Friction, States of Matter and Gas Properties

Review of KMT PhET sims: Friction, States of Matter and Gas Properties . This is for College Chemistry for students who have already taken College Physics and completed the KMT inquiry lesson. The learning goals are from that lesson

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## Physics Study Guide

Physics Study Guide. Chapter 2 Sections 1 and 2. Dimensional Analysis. Method of using equivalence statements to convert from one unit to another Example – Convert 12 feet into yards. 12 ft x (yd / 3 ft) = 4 yd

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## 9.26 Assume that you have a sample of gas in a cylinder with a movable piston, as shown in the following drawing:

9.26 Assume that you have a sample of gas in a cylinder with a movable piston, as shown in the following drawing:.

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## Chapter 13- The States of Matter

Chapter 13- The States of Matter. Gases- indefinite volume and shape, low density. Liquids- definite volume, indefinite shape, and high density. Solids- definite volume and shape, high density Solids and liquids have high densities because their molecules are close together. Kinetic Theory.

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