Using algebra - 17. (5) NVA 18. 19. 20. 21. Acceleration is...

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1. FIRST ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ANSWER 2. Using algebra, it can be shown that Kepler's Third Law implies that the larger 3. a planet's orbit is, 4. AA S 1 (1) the slower its average orbital speed 5. (2) the faster its average orbital speed 6. (3) it makes no difference to its orbital speed 7. (4) NVA 8. (5) NVA 9. Chapter 4 Sect. 4.1 1. The correct term for the quantity that describes both how fast an object is 2. moving and which direction it's moving is 3. (1) velocity 4. (2) kinetic energy 5. (3) speed 6. (4) NVA 7. (5) NVA 8. 9. 10. 11. The correct term for the quantity that describes how fast an object is moving 12. but not which direction it's moving is 13. (1) speed 14. (2) velocity 15. (3) acceleration 16. (4) NVA
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Unformatted text preview: 17. (5) NVA 18. 19. 20. 21. Acceleration is defined in this course as 22. (1) the rate at which velocity changes together with the direction of that change 23. (2) the rate at which the speed increases, no direction specified 24. (3) the rate at which the speed increases or decreases, no direction specified 25. (4) NVA 26. (5) NVA 27. 28. 29. The rate at which velocity changes and the direction of that change make up 30. what is termed 31. (1) acceleration 32. (2) speed 33. (3) kinetic energy 34. (4) NVA 35. (5) NVA 36. 37. 38. 39. The correct term for the quantity of matter in a body is 40. (1) mass 41. (2) weight 42. (3) volume 43. (4) NVA...
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Using algebra - 17. (5) NVA 18. 19. 20. 21. Acceleration is...

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