QuizJan17_2008 - velocity vector the result is a A speed b...

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Period 2 Question 1
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When we subtract a velocity vector from another  velocity vector, the result is: a) A scalar b) An acceleration c) A displacement d) A vector e) None of these
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Period 2 Question 2
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A stone is thrown upward, and then falls down under  gravity.   At what part of the trajectory the acceleration is the  largest?  a) On the way up b) At the highest point c) On the way down d) When the stone hits the earth e) None of the above
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Period 3 Question 1
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When we subtract a velocity vector from another 
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Unformatted text preview: velocity vector, the result is: a) A speed b) An acceleration c) A vector d) A displacement e) None of these Period 3 Question 2 A stone is thrown upward, and then falls down under gravity. At what part of the trajectory the acceleration is the largest? a) At the highest point b) On the way down c) When the stone hits the earth d) Acceleration does not change e) None of the above...
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