Ch02 - Halliday/Resnick/Walker Fundamentals of Physics 8 edition Classroom Response System Questions Chapter 2 Motion Along a Straight Line Reading

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Unformatted text preview: Halliday/Resnick/Walker Fundamentals of Physics 8 edition Classroom Response System Questions Chapter 2 Motion Along a Straight Line Reading Quiz Questions 2.2.1. Which one of the following situations is not one of the restrictions placed on the general properties of motion as described in the text? a) The motion may be in a straight line. b) A car that is traveling at 21 m/s due west is a good example of a particle that can be described by the equations given in Chapter 2 of the text. c) Forces may cause motion or change the motion. d) A tumbleweed is a good example of a particle that can be described by the equations given in Chapter 2 of the text. e) A moving object is either a particle or something that moves like a particle. 2.2.1. Which one of the following situations is not one of the restrictions placed on the general properties of motion as described in the text? a) The motion may be in a straight line. b) A car that is traveling at 21 m/s due west is a good example of a particle that can be described by the equations given in Chapter 2 of the text. c) Forces may cause motion or change the motion. d) A tumbleweed is a good example of a particle that can be described by the equations given in Chapter 2 of the text. e) A moving object is either a particle or something that moves like a particle. 2.3.1. Complete the following statement: Displacement is a) a scalar that indicates the distance between two points. b) a vector indicating the distance and direction from one point to another. c) a measure of volume. d) the same as the distance traveled between two points. e) a vector drawn perpendicular to the line connecting two points. 2.3.1. Complete the following statement: Displacement is a) a scalar that indicates the distance between two points. b) a vector indicating the distance and direction from one point to another. c) a measure of volume. d) the same as the distance traveled between two points. e) a vector drawn perpendicular to the line connecting two points. 2.3.2. A particle travels along a curved path between two points A and B as shown. Complete the following statement: The displacement of the particle does not depend on a) the location of A. b) the location of B. c) the direction of A from B. d) the distance traveled from A to B. e) the shortest distance between A and B. 2.3.2. A particle travels along a curved path between two points A and B as shown. Complete the following statement: The displacement of the particle does not depend on a) the location of A. b) the location of B. c) the direction of A from B. d) the distance traveled from A to B. e) the shortest distance between A and B. 2.3.3. For which one of the following situations will the path length equal the magnitude of the displacement?...
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Ch02 - Halliday/Resnick/Walker Fundamentals of Physics 8 edition Classroom Response System Questions Chapter 2 Motion Along a Straight Line Reading

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