hw01T - Tutorial 1 Homework Name The meaning of speed...

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Tutorial 1 Homework Name The meaning of speed Tutorial section © University of Maryland Physics Education Research Group, Fall 2006. HW1-1 I. Graphs and paper segments Below are life-size images of three segments of paper ribbon like those you used in tutorial. (Segments like these are generated by attaching a paper ribbon so that it drags behind a cart and through a tapping device; the tapper leaves dots as it taps on the ribbon at a constant rate, every 1/40 th of a second.) A. Use a ruler to determine the speed of the object that generated each of the paper segments (in cm/s). Write each speed under the corresponding image above. B. On the position-time graph below left, graph the motion of the object that generated each segment assuming overall uniform velocity. Match each segment to its place on the graph. (There are many possible correct graphs.) C. On the position-time graph below right, graph the motion of the object that generated the segments assuming that all three segments are part of the same overall motion. Match each segment to its place
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course PHYSICS 121 taught by Professor Shawhan during the Spring '10 term at Maryland.

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