l4q - B). 4.2 s ISP209s7 Lecture -4-Some Clicker Questions...

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ISP209s7 Lecture -1- Some Clicker Questions - #1 Did the ball accelerate at any time between 3 and 5 seconds? A). Yes B). No
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ISP209s7 Lecture -2- Some Clicker Questions - #2 From the graph, did a force ever act on the ball? A). Yes B). No C). Not possible to tell
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ISP209s7 Lecture -3- Some Clicker Questions - #3 Where is the magnitude of the acceleration largest? A). 1.8 s
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Unformatted text preview: B). 4.2 s ISP209s7 Lecture -4-Some Clicker Questions - #4 A ball moves with constant speed (constant means the speed is not changing) around in a circle. Are there forces acting on the ball? A). Yes B). No ISP209s7 Lecture -5-Some Clicker Questions - #5 C Sun B A D At what point in the orbit is the force on the planet the greatest? A B C D...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course ISP 209 taught by Professor Sherrill during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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l4q - B). 4.2 s ISP209s7 Lecture -4-Some Clicker Questions...

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