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Unformatted text preview: and slowing down. Assume timing starts when the ball’s leading edge is at the origin. 7. The graph below shows velocity v. time for a remote control car traveling in front of a motion detector. How would the graph change if it was a graph of speed v. time? Sketch it in the available space. 8. A graph of the velocity of a remote controlled car traveling along a tabletop looks like this: 8a. Describe the car’s motion. 8b. During what time or during what interval of time is the car moving most rapidly? Explain your reasoning. 8c. This is an v vs. t graph. If you could look at a graph of acceleration vx. Time, how could you estimate the time or time interval on that graph for which the magnitude of the velocity is constant?...
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- Fall '11
- Velocity, Remote control