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please help me with this as fast as you can i have test and please show work The position of an object moving in a straight line is given by x = -1.5 + 3.0t - 14t^

*2*+ 5t^*3*, where x is in meters and t is in seconds. (a)*What*is the position of the object t = 1,...#### The motion of a particle is described in the velocity vs. time graph shown in the...

The motion of a particle is described in the

*velocity*vs. time graph shown in the figure. v (m/*s*) 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 2.02.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 For*what*time*interval*does the particle's direction of motion change a.*Between*1 and*3**s*b.*Between**3*and*4**s*c.*Between**4*...#### Velocity Vs. Time 10 8 6 Velocity , v, (m/s) 0 2 4 6 8 10...

*Velocity*Vs. Time 10 8 6*Velocity*, v, (m/*s*) 0*2**4*6 8 10 12 14 -*4*-6 -8 Time, t, (*s*) a) Determine the average*velocity*of the object*between*4.0 and 8.0*s*. Over*what*time*interval*(*s*), if any, is the object decelerating (slowing down)? b) At*what*time(*s*), if any, does the object remain at...#### Problem 2 The graph below shows the position (x) as a function of time (t) for...

Problem

*2*The graph below shows the position (x) as a function of time (t) for a particle moving in one dimension x (m) 6 5*4*.*3**2*t(*s*)*3**4*5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (a) During which*interval*(*s*) of time is the particle at rest? (b) During which*interval*(*s*) of time is the particle's...#### (1) Observer S (at x 0) sees a flash of red light at XR 1200 m...

(1) Observer

*S*(at x 0) sees a flash of red light at XR 1200 m from her position and a flash of blue light at x,-480 m on the same straight line. She measures the time*interval**between*the flashes to be 5 us, with the blue flash occurring first (that is, ted ue 5 Hs.)*What*is the...#### For the above particle, if at t=0s, vx=-4 m/s, what is the velocity at t=20s? With...

For the above particle, if at t=0s, vx=-

*4*m/*s*,*what*is the*velocity*at t=20s? With the same condition as in previous problem,*what*is the average*velocity*in time*interval*0 to 20*s*? Yet still for the same setting,*what*is the average speed in time*interval*0 to 20*s*? The answer for the average speed is...#### The position of a particle as a function of time is shown in the figure. What...

The position of a particle as a function of time is shown in the figure.

*What*is the particle's average*velocity**between*time t = 0.6*s*and time t = 7.2*s*?*What*is the average speed of the particle*between*time t = 0.6*s*and time t = 7.2*s*?*What*is the average acceleration of the...#### From the previous problem, Problem 2.17, answer the questions below; (20=3+3+4+5+5 points) Does the particle stop...

From the previous problem, Problem 2.17, answer the questions below; (20=

*3*+*3*+*4*+5+5 points) Does the particle stop for time*t**between*-*4**s*and +*4**s*? If it stops, when? Explain your answer. Does this particle change direction? Explain your answer. Describe the motion of the particle for time*t**between*-*4**s*and +*4**s*. Graph*v*(*t*) versus*t*for...#### 3. (16 points) (a) The graph of f(z) is given below. Using the graph, determine each...

*3*. (16 points) (a) The graph of f(z) is given below. Using the graph, determine each of the following: i)*2*-coordinate of local maxima ii) D-coordinate of local minima iii) open*interval*(*s*) on which is INCREASING*between*1 = A and*2*=D iv) open*interval*(*s*) on which f is DECREASING*between**2*= A and 1=D v) open*interval*(*s*)...#### The more detailed solving process, the better. And hope you can make clear handwriting. Thank you...

The more detailed solving process, the better. And hope you can make clear handwriting. Thank you 1. Explain why the average

*velocity*found in Example 1 is larger than the instantaneous*velocity*found in Example*2*. (Hint: Sketch the graph of*velocity*as a function of time. Is the function increasing or decreasing?*What*does that tell you about how...

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