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GraphingMotionAssessment

GraphingMotionAssessment - M o t i o n V e r t i c a l M o...

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Graphing Motion Assessment Use the graph of position versus time for a projectile (found on the next page) to complete the following: 1. From the position vs. time graph on the next page: a. Find the time at which the speed is a minimum b. Find the minimum speed of the projectile. c. Find any two times where the speeds of the projectiles are the same. 2. From the information on the position vs. time graph, sketch the following graphs. H o r i z o n t a l

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Unformatted text preview: M o t i o n V e r t i c a l M o t i o n x v s t y v s t v x v s t v y vs t A ball is thrown as shown in the strobe diagram below. The location of the ball is shown at 0.2-second time intervals. On each axis, five lines represent 1 meter. Also, a representation of the velocity v at point A is shown using a directed line segment. (The direction of the arrow shows the direction of motion.) Position vs. Time E D F C G B H A I...
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