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In kinematics we often compare position/time graphs with velocity/time graphs. The key feature to remember is that the velocity/time graph will always represent the SLOPE of the position/time graph over any interval. To successfully convert these position/time graphs below into a velocity/time graph, your Read More ...

When factoring quadratics of the form y=ax²+bx+c typically has a rule known as the Sum and Product rule. When using this rule we are looking for two integers that have a sum of the “b” value and a product of the “c” value. These first Read More ...

Boost your quadratic skills by completing these interactive quizzes below. Use your knowledge of standard form quadratics to calculate some of the key features of a parabola. The following problems look at quadratics which are written in vertex form written as y=a(x-h)² + k Solve Read More ...

Boost your quadratic skills by completing these interactive quizzes below. Use your knowledge of standard form quadratics to calculate some of the key features of a parabola. Try to complete five of each question in a row and show yourself just how AMAZING you are! Read More ...

Boost your quadratic skills by completing these interactive quizzes below. Learn all about the terminology that you need to effectively describe quadratic graphs. Each section below can be used to test your skills with the various terms that are used to describe quadratics. Now see Read More ...

One of the forces that we discuss when studying dynamics is friction. Try completing these True and False questions below to see what you remember about the properties of friction and how it affects the movement of sliding objects. Try a friction calculation. Given the Read More ...