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Unformatted text preview: Tabulate all information – What do you have? – What do you need? • Check signs – do they make sense? Example 3 A certain particle is observed moving in a straight line. It accelerates from rest in the direction of motion at 1.22 m/s2. a. How far does it move while accelerating from rest to 10 m/s? b. How much time does it take to travel 190 m? c. If it travels half a minute, what is its final position? Answer to Example 3 a. 41.0 m b. 8.20 s c. 549 m Example 4 Answer to Example 4 a. 10.77 s b. 215 m Practice Set 2 Consider a tennis ball falling from a 400 m building. a. What is it’s speed when it is halfway down? b. How long does it take to reach the bottom? c. What is its speed when it gets to the bottom? Answer to Practice Set 2 a. 62.6 m/s b. 9.03 s c. 88.6 m/s...
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 Spring '08
 GIAMMANCO
 Physics, Acceleration, Power, Velocity, Mel Triay

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