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1. Name all the systems that acceleration can affect

2. Define speed (in your own words).

3. Define velocity (in your own words).




1. Name all the systems that acceleration can affect

2. Define speed (in your own words).

3. Define velocity (in your own words).

4. Define acceleration (in your own words).

5. In what units is acceleration measured?

6. How is represented acceleration produced by gravity?

7. Name all the types of acceleration.

8. Name some of the effects of exposure to positive vertical G forces.

9. The anti G suit is used to squeeze abdomen and legs so the blood in the upper body. True / False?

10. An Important point to remember is that the closer the heart is to the brain the less the heart has to work to keep blood pumping to the brain. (Short stature pilots have greater tolerance to positive vertical G forces). True / False?



1. Cardio vascular system     Pulmonary system       Neurologicalsystems

2. The distance one travels in a certain amount of time.   Speed equals distance over time.

3. Rate of motion coupled with the direction of travel.  Velocity equals speed and direction.

4. A change in velocity per unit-of-time.  It is produced when either speed or direction, or both change.

5. Feet-per-second (squared)              or          Meters-per-second (squared)

6. It is represented by a constant value of 32 feet-per-second squared.

7. Linear     Radial (centrifugal)       Angular

8. Breathing difficulties          Heartbeat abnormalities          Motion sickness   Muscular fatigue Abnormal, arm, leg and neck pain.

9. False

10. True

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