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You don’t have to do every single problem. I would just like help to get me started. So if there’s two or theee of almost the same question then you can just do one of these. For an example for the position graph; you only have to do problems: 1 , 2, 4, 6. Thank you so much!
くBack Graphs-xt.pdfaビ山 Graph Practice Problems-x vs. t PHYS&114 Name: Complete all these problems on a separate sheet of paper. The graph represents the position of a particle as a function of time. The positive direction is right and the negative direction is left. Position vs. Time 10 24 1 2 3456 7 89 1011 12 13 1 15 -10 Time (s) 1. What is the position of the particle at t-9.00s? 2. What is the instantaneous velocity of the particle at t-3.00s? 3. What is the instantancous velocity of the particle at to11.0s What is the average velocity of the particle from t-5.00s to t-15.0s 5, what is the average velocity of the particle from t=000s to t=150s? 6. What is the displacement of the particle from t-0.00s to t-10.0s?
Xfinity Mobile 11:46 AM 1 80% くBack Graphs-vt.pdfaビ山 Graph Practice Problems - v vs. PHYS& 114 Name Use the graph below to answer questions 1-11. The graph represents the velocity of a particle as a function of time. The positive direction is right and the negative direction is left. 25 20 10 .5 -10 -15 -20 -25 time (s) l. what ﹄ the instantaneous velocity of the particle at t-on? 2 What is the instantaneoas velocity of the particle at t9.00 What is the instantaneous acceleration of the particle at t-1.00 What is the average acceleration of the particle from t-3.00 to t-10.0 What is the average acceleration of the particle fron t-0.00s to t-10.0 6. What is the instantaneoas acceleration ol the particle at t-9.007 What is the displacement of the object between t 0.00s and t-5.00s 8. What is the position of the particle at t-6.00s if it has an initial position of 3.00m to the right of the origin? At t-5.00s, is the particle speeding up, slowing down, or at st? 10. At t-7.00s, is the particle speeding up, slowing down, or at rest? 1. At t-9.00s, is the particle speeding up, slowing down, or at rest?
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