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On this position vs time graph, describe the motion of A.
constant positive velocity
constant negative velocity
positive acceleration
negative acceleration
velocity is zero
On this position vs time graph, describe the motion of B.
constant positive velocity
constant negative velocity
positive acceleration
negative acceleration
velocity is zero
On this position vs time graph, what is the velocity?
40 m/s
8 m/s
5 m/s
0 m/s
The graph shows the distance a student walks down a hall over time. During which time interval was the student moving the fastest?
A
B
C
D
A person starts driving and travels 3km east to a store. The person then turns around and travels 1km west to another store. Finally, the person travels 2km west, back to the starting point. What distance has this person traveled?
0 km
3 km
5 km
6 km
The graph represents the motion of a car over 10 seconds. What is the average speed of the car during the first 4 seconds?
.4 m/s
2.5 m/s
10 m/s
40 m/s
This graph represents the motion of a cart. What is the average speed of the cart?
0.83m/s
1.17m/s
m/s
65m/s
What is this line of this graph showing?
moving away from starting point at a constant speed
moving back towards the starting point at a constant speed
acceleration (getting faster)
deceleration (getting slower)
Which elevator is traveling the FASTEST?
A
B
C
D
E
What is the total displacement of the car?
60 m
20 m
0 m
80 m
What is the total distance traveled by the car?
60 m
20 m
0 m
80 m
What is occurring on this graph?
speeding up in the negative direction
slowing down in the negative direction
speeding up in the positive direction
slowing down in the positive direction
What is happening at E?
Stationary
Accelerating
Steady speed; moving away from the starting position
Steady speed; returning to the starting position
What is happening at A?
Stationary
Accelerating
Steady speed; moving away from the starting position
Steady speed; returning to the starting position
A student leaving school walks 2.5km north and then walks 1km south. What is the student's displacement?
1km south
1.5km north
2.5km north
3.5km south
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