Practice: Beginning from a signpost, you run 60m to the right, then 60m back. The entire trip takes 24 seconds. What is your speed and velocity for the whole trip?

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Practice: Beginning from a signpost, you run 60m to the right, then 60m back. The entire trip takes 24 seconds. What is your speed and velocity for the whole trip?

Practice: You walk to the right at 3m/s for 8s, then turn around and walk backwards at 2m/s for some unknown time. You end up 16m to the right from where you started. How long did you walk backwards?

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Concept #1: Intro to Velocity and Speed

Practice #1: Calculating Speed and Velocity

Concept #2: Solving Constant and Average Velocity Problems

Example #1: Baseball Pitch

Concept #3: Constant Velocity with Multiple Parts

Practice #2: Constant Velocities in Different Directions

Example #2: Race Against Time

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