**Velocity**

**Velocity Goal 1.**I know the difference between position, distance, and displacement. Position is where an object is, with reference to some point, Distance is how far the object has traveled, and displacement is the position change from the begining to end. And the equation to find displacement is (change in X)=X-Xo, where (change in X) stands for the change on the X-axis or the change horizontally, X is the position it is in now, and Xo is the initial position is was in.

**Velocity Goal 2.**I know the difference between speed and velocity. Speed is how far an object moves per unit of time and velocity is the position change per unit of time. To find speed you use the equation s=d/t where s stands for speed, d stands for distance and t stands for time, but to find velocity you use the equation V=(change in X)/t where V stands for velocity, (change in X) stands for the change on the X-axis or the change horizontally, and t stands for time.

**Velocity Goal 3.**I can interpret and draw motion diagrams for objects moving at a constant velocity.

**Velocity Goal 4.**I can solve problems involving average speed and average velocity. In my third quiz, the third question asked if the motion continued where would the teacher be at 13 seconds(s)? The answer is, the teacher would be 13meters(m) behind the origin, you would use the equation V=(change in X)/t. Then multiply each side by t so it would then be Vt=(change in X). V stands for velocity(-1m/s), t stands for time(13s) and (change in X) stands for the change on the X-axis or the change horizontally. So plug in the numbers and it is (-1m/s)(13s)=(change in X), so -13m=(change in X). The teacher is behind the origin because the change of the x is a negative number.

**Velocity Goal 5.**I can interpret and draw xt graph for an object that is moving at a constant velocity.

**Velocity Goal 6.**I can interpret and draw velocity/time graphs for an object that is moving at a constant velocity.