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Nine Physical Situations to Think About for Quiz 1
(Your job will be to translate back and forth between words, pictures,
graphs, and equations regarding a particular physical situation.)
One or two or three of these physical situations will be present on Quiz 1 and that quiz will
give you more information about the situation and then ask you some questions about them
(Retake Quiz 1 may have different situations/questions).
For Instance, the quiz may ask you to draw position, velocity, and / or acceleration vedors on
the picture and explain how you decided on the directions and magnitudes of these vectors. Or,
it may ack you to draw graphs based on information elven on the quiz. Or, It might give you
graphs and then ark you to draw something (maybe vectors or an object's path) or to explain
something in words. Or, the quiz might give you some numbers and ask you to calculate one of
more other numbers.
1) The car showen in the figure below is traveling to the left alone a road with a bump in it.
A spaceship is moving through deep space. It engines
may or may not be turned on.
at A boy holds a marble out the window es a car traveling along a sulight road. The boy held:
the marble above the ground and then drops the marble


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A new Amtrak commuter train runs between Sacramento and Maruner with its only
Intermediate stop being in Davis. Assume that the trains tracks run perfectly straight
5) The UCD Skydiving Club has asked you to plan a stunt for an air show. In this stunt. two
skydivers will step out of opposite sides of a basket held up by a stationary hot air balloon
5/000 fest above the ground. They stop out at different times and they both deploy their
parachutes before landing softly.
" A hawk takes off (at t - 0) from a tree, accelerating upweard and to the north. Upon reaching
a helght of 250m (art - 30:) the hawk levels off and flies directly north at a constant speed.
Then the hawk looks ahead (also north) and sees it's lunch (a rat scurrying along the ground).
"To the right is a picture of a ball swinging back and
forth on a string. of length s. like the bowling ball on
& wire in lecture. The path of the ball stays in the
plane of the paper. Points A F marked on the path
are the farthest that the ball swings to the lens. The
bull stares at point .A and then swings through
points B and @ and swings up to the top on the fight
before swinging back through point D. H. and F
note that points & and D are the same location just
like a and F are the same location].
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