## 01 – Velocity And Acceleration In 1-D (Physics Tutor)

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In this lesson the student will learn how to calculate velocity and acceleration in one dimension in physics. You will learn the difference between velocity and acceleration which is the foundation for many physics problems.

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### 20 Responses to “01 – Velocity And Acceleration In 1-D (Physics Tutor)”

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Why did you use average velocity instead of using 10.97 km/s? 35:42

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16. Dyashie Estoke says:

I'm already a sophomore in highschool but I still get a hard time solving physics problem in one dimention! And a little fun fact, I almost loss my scholarship because of Science, of which the lesson is all about 2D motion ๐. Soon, we're already going to discuss about 3D motion and that makes me so stressful and scared. But good thing that our class schedule is moved due to COVID19, which means that I have more time to cope up (note: but i'm not happy that the virus existed tho). Wish me luck ๐

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