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S18 PH 121 2 practice 1
Transcript of S18 PH 121 2 practice 1
Position from Velocity
Motion with Constant Acceleration
Find the average velocity for this motion from:
Find the instantaneous velocities at times
a) position at t = 3 s
b) velocity at t = 3 s
c) acceleration at t = 3 s
a) time when velocity is zero
b) location when velocity is zero
c) acceleration at those locations
+/- .577 s
2.85 m 5.15 m
+/- 10.4 m/s^2
If the initial position is x = 0 m
at what time(s) is the particles location at
x = 20 m
x = 35 m
x = 17.5 m
if the initial position is x = 0 m
where is the particle at
t = 2 s
t = 4 s
6 s and 10 s
4 s and 12 s
a particle's velocity is described by the function
what is the equation for its position if it starts at a location of 12 m
What is the equation for its acceleration?
At what time does the particle reach its turning points?
What is the location and acceleration at those points?
t = 2, 5 s
x=20.7 ,16.2 m
a=-3 , 3 m/s^2
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