Tutorial 3 - Phys 1L03 Tutorial session Set 3 Part 1 Third series Conceptual questions on kinematics Multiple choice questions are changed for

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Phys 1L03 Tutorial session Set 3 Part 1 Third series: Conceptual questions on kinematics. Multiple choice questions are changed for discussion. For the week of Jan 25, 2010 1. Can a body have velocity and acceleration in opposite direction in an instant? 2. When a ball is thrown upward, what are its velocity and acceleration at its highest point? 3. If you drop a ball, it accelerates downward at 9.8 m/s 2 . if instead you throw the ball straight upward , just after you release it, what is the acceleration of the ball. 4. At a given instant of time, a car and a truck are traveling side by side in adjacent lanes of a highway. The car has a greater velocity than the truck. Discuss about their acceleration ( which one is greater). 5. Displacement can be obtained from: a. The slope of an acceleration-time graph b. The slope of a velocity-time graph c. The area under an acceleration-time graph d. The area under a velocity-time graph 6. An object is released from rest. How far it fall during the third second of its fall: 7. For a particle, this graph shows its displacement vs time. Discuss about the velocity and acceleration of
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course PHYS 1L03 taught by Professor Hughes during the Spring '11 term at McMaster University.

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Tutorial 3 - Phys 1L03 Tutorial session Set 3 Part 1 Third series Conceptual questions on kinematics Multiple choice questions are changed for

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