Well h0lms, da anza is acceleration, by definition.mohdateeq said:Da answer can't be accerleration because accerleration is always measured in straight lines nd thereefore it can't be a change in direction.
In physics or physical science, acceleration and is defined as the rate of change of velocity. Man, the question read CHANGE of speed and direction...mohdateeq said:Da answer can't be accerleration because accerleration is always measured in straight lines nd thereefore it can't be a change in direction.
Deluge said:To declare an end to the acceleration vs velocity deba cle/te, acceleration-backers will be pleased to know that my science teacher, when "velocity" was suggested, answered with a defiant "no". If I remember correctly, the answers to the questions 51-60 were (probably in no particular order)
CONICAL FLASK (Teacher said that they probably wouldn't accept "flask" - the instructions didn't note anything about answers needing to be only one word. I read the instructions again and it didn't say anything about writing one word in the boxes provided.)
As for those who are worried about spelling? Relax! They'll accept anything that is even remotely phonetically correct e.g. hypothesis can have various spellings that will be accepted - e.g. hipothesis, hipothisis. As someone else mentioned, it isn't a spelliing test.
Now let us restore peace.
yea but then this is the computer marking bit. I understand that throughout the test, spelling does not count but in this bit, it does count. Cuz if you think about it, they cant accept any form of the correct spelling. Just say "Energy", they can accept:Deluge said:My teacher used to mark SC and said that if an incorrect spelling variation of a word indicates that the pupil knew what he/she was talking about... then they'd accept it. ^^