Take home test - motion is plotted on the graph a What is...

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11. Both Car A and B leave school when a clock reads zero. Car A travels at a  constant 75 km/h, and car B travels at a constant 85 km/h. a. Draw a position-time graph showing the motion of both cars. b. How far are the two cars from school when the clock reads 2.0 h?  Calculate the distances using the equation for motion and show them in  your graph. c. Both cars passed a gas station 120 km from the school. When did each  car pass the gas station? Calculate the times and show them on your  graph. 12. Use the velocity-time graph below to calculate the velocity of the object whose 
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Unformatted text preview: motion is plotted on the graph. a. What is the acceleration between the points on the graph labeled A and B? b. What is the acceleration between the points on the graph labeled B and C? c. What is the acceleration between the points on the graph labeled D and E? d. What is the total distance that the object travels between points B and C? Note: Do Next – Time Question for 10 points bonus. Give a detailed explanation to support your answer....
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course PHYS 2287 taught by Professor Jamesinstor during the Spring '11 term at University of Massachusetts Boston.

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