## Overview

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The length of time that we recommend members of each team spend on this topic are as follows:

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**Alpha – 37 days**

**Bravo – 28 days**

**Charlie – 22 days**

**Delta – 17 days**

**Echo – 13 days**

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**Happy learning!**

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## Learning Objectives

The difference between displacement and distance

The difference between velocity and speed

How to derive the SUVAT equations

Why we need four SUVAT equations

When the SUVAT equations can and cannot be used

How to use the 1D SUVAT scalar equations

How to choose the suitable SUVAT equation(s)

How to draw a time-displacement graph

How to draw a time-velocity graph

How to represent a stationary object on graphs

How to represent an object moving with constant velocity on graphs

How to represent an object moving with uniform acceleration on graphs

How to use the features of a time-velocity graph

How to deal with an instantaneous acceleration change

How to describe the motion of an object using partial variables

How to describe the motion of an object using connected variables

The difference between derived units and base units

Why every term must be dimensionally the same

How to perform a dimensional analysis

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## Keywords

displacement

velocity

acceleration

uniform acceleration

scalar equation

vector equation

graph

instantaneous

average speed

partial variable

connected variable

base units

derived units

dimensional analysis

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