I explain the difference between average velocity and instantaneous velocity of an object or particle in rectilinear motion ( linear motion ) and give you the formulas. I define displacement. I also define speed and explain how it is the absolute value of velocity. I explain that speed increases when velocity and acceleration have the same sign and speed decreases when they have different signs. I finish by working two multiple part examples showing you how to use your NSPIRE to find a zero and the derivative at a point.
Particle in Motion problem starts at 24:18
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