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Trish Loeblein phet.colorado.edu. Clicker Questions for Forces and Motion Activity 2. Learning Goals: Students will be able to: Use free body diagrams to draw position, velocity, acceleration and force graphs and vice versa Explain how the graphs relate to one another.

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### Clicker Questions for Forces and Motion Activity 2

Learning Goals:

Students will be able to:

Use free body diagrams to draw position, velocity, acceleration and force graphs and vice versa

Explain how the graphs relate to one another.

Given a scenario or a graph, sketch all four graphs

1. A car is traveling along a road. Its acceleration is recorded as a function of time.

acceleration

time

A recorded as a function of time.

B

C

force

force

force

time

time

time

Which Totalforce-time graph would best match the scenario?

2. A cabinet is speeding up as it slides right across the room. Which of the following is a possible free body diagram?

ABC

A as a function of time.

B

C

force

force

force

time

time

time

3. Which would be the Totalforce-time graph?

4. A car is moving towards the right. Then a force is applied and the free body diagram looks like this

Force diagram

Draw what you think the position-time graph would look like.

4. Which applied and the free body diagram looks like this position-time graph best matches your idea?