schatz_lect_2_c

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At time 12.18 s after 1:30 PM a ball’s position vector is < 20, 8, -12 > m, and the ball’s velocity is < 9, -4, 6 > m/s. At time 12.21 s after 1:30 PM, what is the (vector) position of the ball, assuming that the velocity hardly changes in this short time interval? 1) 24.75 m 2) < 20.27, 7.88, -11.82 > m 3) < 0.27, -0.12, 0.18 > m

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Unformatted text preview: 4) < 129.62, -40.72, 61.08 > m 5) < 129.89, -40.84, 61.26 > m Magnitude is not a vector 1) Correct 2) Just the change in position, not the 3) Lect.2 Page 5 Lect.2 Page 6 new position Using t1 rather than the time interval 4) Using t2 rather than the time interval 5) Lect.2 Page 7 Lect.2 Page 8 Lect.2 Page 9 Lect.2 Page 10 Lect.2 Page 11 Lect.2 Page 12...
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