## Topic outline

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- UNIT1:Graphs of linear motionUNIT1:Graphs of linear motion
**Key Unit Competence:**By the end of this unit, the learner should be able to plot and analyze the graphs of linear motion.Page: 1File: 1URL: 1Assignments: 2Quizzes: 3UNIT1:Graphs of linear motionDear students,

You are welcome to learn this unit Graphs of linear motion of S3 Physics

## Learning objectives

By the end of this unit, the learner should be able specifically to

• Describe graphs of uniform rectilinear motion.

• Plot distance - time graphs and velocity- time graphs.

• Identify uniform velocity and non-uniform velocity from displacement-time graphs.

• Identify uniform acceleration and non-uniform acceleration from velocity–time graphs.

• Explain why the slope of a distance-time graph gives speed.

• Explain why the slope of a distance-time gives speed.

- Appreciate that the slope of distance -time graph gives velocity while the slope of velocity-time graph gives acceleration.

• Appreciate that linear motion can be represented using graphs.

#### The above Document is UNIT 1 Course readings and Exercises . Read it carefully. It will help you to achieve the learning outcomes of this unit. It will also help you to answer the unit 1 assignments and quizzes .

The above link help you to access to the video discusses the relationships of displacement, velocity, acceleration, and time and the graphical analysis of most of the motion scenarios we will see studied in this course

This Quiz is related to the readings from unit1

- Unit 2: Friction Force and Newton’s Laws of MotionThis topicUnit 2: Friction Force and Newton’s Laws of Motion
By the end of this unit, the learner should be able to perform experiments involving Newton’s laws of motion and friction force.

Page: 1File: 1Quizzes: 6Unit 2: Friction Force and Newton’s Laws of Motion**Learning objectives:****Explain inertia.****• Outline and explain factors affecting inertia.****• State and explain Newton’s laws of motion.****• Describe why objects resist changes.****• Describe linear momentum and its conservation.****• Describe motion of objects on a horizontal plane with or without friction.****• Determine coefficient of friction**#### The above Document is the first part of UNIT 1 Course readings and Exercises . Read it carefully. It will help you to achieve the learning outcomes of this unit. It will also help you to answer the unit 1 assignments and quizzes

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