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Distance vs. DisplacementSpeed vs. Velocity
Homework # 01
Equations
Homework # 09
Newton's 2nd Law1D AccelerationHorizontal Motion
Homework # 19
Planetary Data
Homework # 26
WorkConstant Force
Homework # 33
Momentum, Force, & Momentum Conservation
Homework # 42
Angular Quantities
Homework # 50
Simple Harmonic MotionElastic Oscillators
Homework # 59
Speed & Intensity of Sound
Homework # 68
Density
Homework # 72
Homework # 82
Homework # 92
Electric Field Calculations Using Coulomb's Law
Homework # 102
Homework # 111
Magnetic Force on a CurrentCarrying Wire
Homework # 122
The BiotSavart Law (Magnetic Field Strength of Currents)
Homework # 135
Alternating Current in a Resistor
Homework # 140
Maxwell's Equations/Electomagnetic Waves
Homework # 145
Speed of Light/Index of Refraction/EM Spectrum
Homework # 146
Electromagnetic Spectrum/Refraction of Light
Homework # 156
Homework # 162
Photon Theory of Light & The Photoelectric Effect
Homework # 167
Selected Isotope Masses
Homework # 172
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01. A squirrel runs 80.0 m along a fence in 6.00 s. The squirrel stops for 2.00 s, then turns around and runs 35.0 m in
3.00 s in the opposite direction.
a.) What was the distance traveled by the squirrel for the first part of his journey (from 0 to 6.00 seconds)?
b.) What was the displacement of the squirrel for the first part of his journey (from 0 to 6.00 seconds)?
c.) What was the average speed of the squirrel for the first part of his journey (from 0 to 6.00 seconds)?
d.) What was the average velocity of the squirrel for the first part of his journey (from 0 to 6.00 seconds)?
e.) What was the distance traveled by the squirrel for the second part of his journey (from 6.00 to 8.00 seconds)?
f.) What was the displacement of the squirrel for the second part of his journey (from 6.00 to 8.00 seconds)?
g.) What was the average speed of the squirrel for the second part of his journey (from 6.00 to 8.00 seconds)?
h.) What was the average velocity of the squirrel for the second part of his journey (from 6.00 to 8.00 seconds)?
i.) What was the distance traveled by the squirrel for the third part of his journey (from 8.00 to 11.00 seconds)?
j.) What was the displacement of the squirrel for the third part of his journey (from 8.00 to 11.00 seconds)?
k.) What was the average speed of the squirrel for the third part of his journey (from 8.00 to 11.00 seconds)?
l.) What was the average velocity of the squirrel for the third part of his journey (from 8.00 to 11.00 seconds)?
m.)What was the total distance traveled by the squirrel during the entire trip?
n.) What was the net displacement for the squirrel for the entire trip?
o.) What was the average speed of the squirrel for the entire trip?
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 Spring '10
 mrshon
 Physics, Work

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