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Storyboard Of Animated Movie
Recorded from:Assassin creed
Voice by:Ash and Ray
Target Audience:Junior High Student
My friend,time to kill those worms!Kill the mayor and bring me his head! Assassin:As you wish.
Assassin:Find the City Hall!
Assassin:What an amazing city!
The man who is going to be killed:Ahhhhhhh!
Assassin:Those worms do spoil the atmosphere.Let me see...100 m West to the City Hall,50 m East to the Mayor's Office.Got it.
Assassin:100 m finished.Let's do this!
Assassin:I got one,I got two~ 5 m East to go.
Assassin:Oops!Got the wrong floor!Let me see...About 25 m West to the steps.
Assassin:Finally got downstairs.35 m East to go.
Assassin:Another annoying little bug...
Assassin:Done with the bugs.Time to get the worm done.
Assassin:Finally get to the destination...
The displacement is a vector,not a scalar.According to that,it owns a direction.Though the distance between the destination and the start point was 100+50=150 m,the displacement means sth. different.Since east and west refers to the direction,x m [W]=-x m [E].So the total displace ment would be 100 m[W]+45 m[E]+25 m[W]+35 m[E]=-100 m[E]+45 m[E]-25 m[E]+35 m[E]=-45 m[E]=45 m[W]
Velocity and Acceleration
From the video,we can easily infer that the assassin took about 80s to finish his mission,which we call it the total time used.So,from here,using the displacement/time,we'll get new physical conception,velocity.It also belongs to the vector.
Example:v=d/t=100 m[W]/10 s=10 m/s [W]
Acceleration's definition is mostly the same.Velocity over time is equal to the accleration.You guys don't need further information since we are just introducing these conceptions to you.Hope you have fun learning!