Suppose you get a slope of 0.165 for the 2.00^{o} ramp's linearized distance vs time graph. What should be the units of this slope? Note, distance is in meters (m) and time is in seconds (s), so your answer should be in the SI (mks) basis.

m

s

m/s

m/s^{2}

(m/s)^{2}

None of these

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- (Can use this formula for this question as well?) Suppose you get a slope of 0.168 for the 2.00o ramp's linearized distance vs time graph. What is the acceleration of the ball, according to these data? Answer in proper SI (mks) units. The ball's acceleration has a magnitude of _________ (do not enter units, just the numerical magnitude).
- natdavsoftball
- Apr 03, 2018 at 10:04pm

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Here graph is ultimetly for distance vs time, so Y axis parameter is... View the full answer

- (Can I use this formula for this question as well?)Suppose you get a slope of 0.168 for the 2.00o ramp's linearized distance vs time graph. What is the acceleration of the ball, according to these data? Answer in proper SI (mks) units. The ball's acceleration has a magnitude of _________ (do not enter units, just the numerical magnitude).
- natdavsoftball
- Apr 03, 2018 at 10:08pm

- no you can not, for that you need to put another question on the portal
- flynn2179
- Apr 03, 2018 at 10:12pm

- still the answer is no, as the graph doesn't have that value, for acceleration, you must have a graph of velocity vs time
- flynn2179
- Apr 03, 2018 at 10:13pm

- do post if have any doubt
- flynn2179
- Apr 03, 2018 at 10:15pm

- Thanks
- natdavsoftball
- Apr 04, 2018 at 7:53am

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