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10Science1 08 Paenga-wh ā wh ā 2014. Usain Bolt runs 200 metres in 19.5 seconds. What was his speed in m/s (m.s -1 )?. Jeannette walks her horse for three hours and covers 24km. What is her speed in km/ hr ? (km.hr -1 ). Jas Cook rides her bike 1500m in 300 seconds. How many km is 1500m? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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10Science1 08 Paenga-whwh 2014What we will doWhat we will learnPreliminaries and rollThe importance of starting wellRevisit friction, drag, air resistanceWords that can be swappedTell stories from vel/time graphsHow to extract info from graphsPLOT graphs of distance vs timeHow to visualise numbersPractise speed, distance and time questionsHow to use our skills on test-type questionsTell a story from a distance/time graphHow to extract info from graphsRevisit our Y9 energy knowledgeSome main energy typesHRT on our Scipad pagesHow to make good use of timeGet our Scipads marked (and, perhaps, some workbooks marked too)How to stay up to date AND to PROVE that we are

HW itemSkills practiced Scipad pages 124 143 excl 126 and 127Due Monday the 10th of March 14Genetics and VariationScipad pages 99 to 123 but not 108, 118, 121Due Wed the 16th of April 2014Forces and Motion

Usain Bolt runs 200 metres in 19.5 seconds. What was his speed in m/s (m.s-1)?

Jeannette walks her horse for three hours and covers 24km. What is her speed in km/hr? (km.hr-1)

Jas Cook rides her bike 1500m in 300 seconds.How many km is 1500m?How many minutes is 300 sec?What is her speed in m/s (m.s-1)?

Gypsy the dog trots along at 2.5 m.s-1 for 60 seconds. How far up the road did she trot?

Mr Dean winds in 200 metres of anchor rope at 20 cm.s-1. How much time did it take to wind in the rope?

Mr H goes cycling and he covers these distances in the times given.Time (hours)Distance (km)001229322446598Draw a distance/time graph of his trip. Use it to describe his speed and explain his move in terms of forces on him and his bike.