In this display you will be presented with an initial average velocity and then by clicking the Action button, the time interval, t, will be cut in half repeatedly. The path of the particle in this display is shown as a red arc plotted on the (x,y) plane. The values of x and y are expressed in meters. Since time does not appear explicitly as a dimension of our reference frame, the particle path is marked with the position of the particle at 1 second intervals. The velocity vectors are in units of meters per second scaled such that 1 meter per second has the same length on the screen as 10 meters. The scalar components of the displacement vector and velocity vector, along with the t are listed in colors matching the velocity vector. Designating a vector by listing its scalar components in parentheses, separated by a comma is a common practice. The x component is listed first followed by y, and z if working in three dimensions.