Kinematics

Distance = Speed x Time

Time = Distance / Speed

Speed = Distance / Time

Distance-time graph

Speed = gradient

Remember Formula Using Units E.g.

Units of speed = km/h

Units of gradient = km/h

Speed-time graph

Distance travelled = Area under graph

Acceleration = gradient

Remember Formula using Units: E.g.

Units of distance = m

Units of area under graph = (m/s)s=m

Units of acceleration = m/s^2

Units of gradient = (m/s)/s=m/s^2

Useful Formula:

Area of trapezium = 1/2 x height x (sum of parallel sides)

The formula rhymes! 🙂

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