QuizJan31_2008

# QuizJan31_2008 - from zero initial velocity. Car #1 travels...

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Period 2 Question 1

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Two cars accelerate with the same acceleration  from zero initial velocity. Car #1 travels 1 second,  and car #2 travels 2 seconds. The displacement  from the original position for car # 2 as compared to  the displacement for the car #1 is:  1. The same 2. Twice larger 3. Three times larger 4. Four times larger 5. None of the above
Period 2 Question 2

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On planet  X free fall acceleration constant g’ is 4  times larger than the constant g on Earth. An object  is thrown on both planets from a height h to the  ground level with a zero initial velocity. The time of  fall on the planet X as compared to the time of fall  on Earth is: 1. The same 2. Twice larger 3. Twice smaller 4. Four times larger 5. Four times smaller
Period 3 Question 1

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Two cars accelerate with the same acceleration

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Unformatted text preview: from zero initial velocity. Car #1 travels 1 seconds, and car #2 travels 3 seconds. The displacement from the original position for car # 2 as compared to the displacement for the car #1 is: 1. The same 2. Twice larger 3. Three times larger 4. Four times larger 5. None of the above Period 3 Question 2 On planet X free fall acceleration constant g is 4 times larger than the constant g on Earth. An object is thrown on both planets from a height h to the ground level with a zero initial velocity. The time of fall on the planet X as compared to the time of fall on Earth is: Twice larger Twice smaller Four times larger Four times smaller The same...
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