This is letter C or 26 meters. Can you actually calculate the height of the place based on just dropping a stone? According to physics, this is possible. To do this, you would need a stopwatch so...Read More

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A formula exists for calculating the distance, speed and time of something. To calculate distance, you must multiply speed times time. If you want to find the speed of something, you divide the...Read More

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Velocity of a moving body is its speed in a given direction

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The correct answer to the question “What is the magnitude of the displacement of the car from t=2.0 seconds to t = 4.0 seconds in the graph below?” wherein the graph “shows the...Read More

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The answer is A. According to the graph, the speed of the object during the time interval t = 2.0 seconds to t = 4.0 seconds is 10 m/s. Motion is a topic commonly talked about and explored in...Read More

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The correct answer is option B

To determine the acceleration required, use this formula

VF^2 = V0^2 + 2ad

Where

VF = Final speed

V0 = Initial speed

a =...Read More

To determine the acceleration required, use this formula

VF^2 = V0^2 + 2ad

Where

VF = Final speed

V0 = Initial speed

a =...Read More

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The answer would be graph two. If something is initially at rest, the graph has to start at the very bottom. This eliminates graphs one and three. At this point, the increase has to be uniform....Read More

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5 m/s

The formula for speed is s=distance/time. The distance traveled was 25 meters. The time it took to travel that distance was 5 seconds. Therefore, s= 25m/5s to give an answer of 5 m/s

The formula for speed is s=distance/time. The distance traveled was 25 meters. The time it took to travel that distance was 5 seconds. Therefore, s= 25m/5s to give an answer of 5 m/s

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The answer is that Natalie’s velocity is greater in magnitude than Roger’s velocity, or answer B. This is rather easy to infer from the information given. They are both travelling two...Read More

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This is a physics question that can, fortunately, be answered with some computation.The answer to this is D. 32. In order to solve this, you need to know what the equation is which is s= ut+ 0.5...Read More

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The answer is 3. The interval in which the cart is moving forward at constant speed is BC. This question has to do with graphine motion and time displacement. Graphing motion is very important in...Read More

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When an object is moving it has both speed and acceleration by virtue of its movement. However, both are constantly changing, depending on how fast or slow the object is moving. Consider a stone...Read More

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