Graphing Motion day 5 for edmodo

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Graphing Motion day 5 for edmodo

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  1. Interpreting and Creating Graphs

    Slide 1 - Interpreting and Creating Graphs

  2. Plot a distance time-graph to represent your journey to and from the club.

    Slide 2 - Plot a distance time-graph to represent your journey to and from the club.

    • You are at home getting ready to go out to your stamp collecting club.
    • You leave your house and jog the 1000m to the club. You arrive 5 minutes later.
    • You exchange stamps and chat for 1 hour, then leave for home. It takes you 10 minutes.
    • Example 1.
  3. Choose a suitable scale for each axis.

    Slide 3 - Choose a suitable scale for each axis.

    • You are at home getting ready to go out to your stamp collecting club.
    • You leave your house and jog the 1000m to the club. You arrive 5 minutes later.
    • You exchange stamps and chat for 1 hour, then leave for home. It takes you 10 minutes.
    • Distance from home (m)
    • Time (minutes)
    • 200
    • 400
    • 600
    • 800
    • 1000
    • 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
    • 2. Decide how many points to plot.
    • You are at home getting ready to go out to your stamp collecting club.
    • You leave your house and jog the 1000m to the club. You arrive 5 minutes later.
    • You exchange stamps and chat for 1 hour, then leave for home. It takes you 10 minutes.
    • 3. Draw the graph with suitable accuracy
    • 4. Provide a title and label the axis
    • The journey to and from my stamp collecting club
    • Drawing graphs of real-life problems
  4. Slide 4

    • Choose a suitable scale for each axis.
    • 2. Decide how many points to plot.
    • 3. Draw the graph with suitable accuracy
    • 4. Provide a title and label the axis
    • You leave your house to visit a friend. On the way, you stop at the local shop for 5 minutes to buy some sweets. You arrive at your friend’s house 1.5km, and 15 minutes, after you left home. You stay with your friend for 2 hours before leaving. It takes you 20 minutes to get home.
    • Create a Graph
  5. Constant speed

    Slide 5 - Constant speed

    • distance
    • time
    • fast
    • How would the graph look different for a faster or slower constant speed (walking to French)?
    • slow
  6. Calculate each racer’s average speed over the race.

    Slide 6 - Calculate each racer’s average speed over the race.

    • Albert - _____________
    • Bob - ______________
    • Charlie - _____________
  7. Slide 7

    • Write a short situation (like the stamp-club example) and give it to your partner so that he or she can create an accurate line graph using your story.
    • Friend Challenge
    • Verify that your friend created the correct graphic of the story you invented.
  8. Sign out and return

    Slide 8 - Sign out and return

    • Computer to home position