hw11-27 - t = 5) using average acceleration on each...

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Homework 11/27 1. Refer to Section 5.1; Problem 9. (a) Find distance traveled using average velocity on each interval. (b) Graph your velocity data and shade an area that matches your distance computation. (c) At what time is the distanced traveled equal to 60 inches? 2. Refer to Section 5.1; Problem 11. (a) Find distance traveled using average velocity on each interval. (b) Graph your velocity data and shade an area that matches your distance computation. (c) How long did it take to travel the last 1000 feet? 3. Refer to Section 5.1; Problem 13. (a) Find total change in velocity (same as velocity at time
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Unformatted text preview: t = 5) using average acceleration on each interval. (b) Graph your acceleration data and shade an area that matches your velocity computation. (c) What was the velocity at time t = 1? (d) What was the velocity at time t = 2? (e) What was the velocity at time t = 3? (f) What was the velocity at time t = 4? (g) Graph all of this velocity data. (h) Compute the total distance the object fell. Use average velocity data on each interval. 4. Work Problem 20 from Section 5.1 1...
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