chp2 problem10

# Physics: Principles with Applications

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Chapter 2, Problem 10 Question Problem Solution (a) The average speed is given by equation, Often written as, For this problem we are given, and Plugging in we get, Solution (b) The average velocity is given by, This equation is normally written as, Where is the total displacement (The distance from the starting point to the end point; not the
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Unformatted text preview: total distance the horse gallops used in part a), Note 58 m is the halfway distance. The elapsed time is, Plugging in we get the average speed [1/31/2008 11:37:24 AM]...
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