PY211_Clicker_Ch3

PY211_Clicker_Ch3 - Q3.1 Which of these arrows represents...

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Q3.1 Which of these arrows represents the vector < −4, 2 >? 1) a 2) b 3) c 4) d 5) e 6) none of the above 7) Don’t know
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Q 3.2 What is < 10, 20, > − < 5, −8, > ? 1) 19 2) 38.7 3) < 15, 12, > 4) < 5, 28, > 5) < 5, 12, > 6) Don’t know
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Q3.3 What is the magnitude of the vector < 5, −2 >? 1) 29 2) 7 3) 3 4) 10 5) 5.4 6) 1.7 7) Don’t know
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Q 3.4 Which of the following cannot be accelerating? 1) An object moving with a constant speed. 2) An object moving with a constant velocity. 1) An object moving along a curve. 2) Don’t know
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Q3.5 Which of the following must be accelerating? 3) An object moving with a constant speed. 4) An object moving with a constant velocity. 5) An object moving along a curve. 6) Don’t know
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Q3.6 Suppose you are running with a ball at a constant speed and wish to throw the ball up in the air and catch it as it comes back down. Neglecting air resistance, should you 1) Throw the ball at an angle of about 45 deg and maintain the same running speed? 2)
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