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th) and vx(t) motion, then you moved the cart in a less scripted way, to follow motion prescriptions;
' ‘ On the coordinate system below, sketch an x(t) curve for a cart for which vx is negative and aK is
negative. The cart Starts at the origin. 2b. [10 pts] Similarly, sketch an X(t) curve of a cart for which x is increasing and vX is decreasing The
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horizontal distance from the edge of the table, D, does the ball hit the hon'zontal ﬂoor? Express your
answers on this page symbolically, in terms of the magnitude of gravitational acceleration g, W, H,
and V0,. Treat the ball as a point object. Friction and air resistance are negligible in this problem. , ‘ ,D?
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la. [10 pts] During orientation a new student isgiven instructions for a treasure hunt: A: Walk Southwest 141 steps.
B: Turn to angle —36. 9° and walk 500 steps to find the treasure. 0n the graph below, sketch vectors that represent items A and B, assuming the student started from
the origm. Label them 0(1ng eitthf: axes (E, N, W, S) and scales (number of steps).
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X(t) and vx(t) motion; then you moved the cart in a less scripted way, to follow motion prescriptions.
On the coordinate system below, sketch an X(t) curve for a cart for which vx is positive and ax is
positive. The cart starts at the origin. . 2b. [10 pts] Similarly, sketch an x(t) curve of a cart for which x is decreasing and VK is increasing. The
cart starts at the origin. ‘ 3 . Points earned on this page: PM." Exam 1, continued. Initials VSectionNumber 3. [20 pts] You measure vx(t) of a cart on a Track during Experiment 2, but for some reason, the x(t) and 1
ax(t) data are not recorded. Sketch x(t) and ax(t), given the Vx(t) data below. Its initial position, 31(0), is
0 cm Be sure to label and scale the yaxes. The endpoints of the straight lines in the Vx(t) graph start I
and end at (O, 0), (3,0), (12, —4), and (23,4). ‘ U3 . . m We?”  . l 7 0.44 Kczs) ‘; ~éa2—’ Cam Points earned on this page: PM Exam 1, continued. P ~ Initials ‘ Section Number 421. [10 pts] Your roommate puts a paper plate on the (horizontal) ﬂoor a distance D from a table of Width
W and height H. She challenges you to roll a ball oﬁ the table and hit the center of the plate. What
initial speed yo,i shonld you give to the ball? Express your answers on this page symbolically,1n '
terms of the magnitude of gravitational acceleration g, D, W, and H. Treat the hall and plate as point
obj ects. Friction and air resistanCe are negligible in this problem.  4:4 5% ’
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