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Acceleration, Distance/time and Velocity/time Graphs Quiz
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How can we describe the motion of the object in this graph between 7 and 10 seconds?CorrectIncorrect
Acceleration is an increase in the rate of what?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is the equation for acceleration?CorrectIncorrect
What is happening to the speed of the object in the graph between 0 and 8 seconds?CorrectIncorrect
Calculate the overall distance travelled by the object in the graph.CorrectIncorrect
A car makes a journey to the shop and back. Calculate the overall displacement travelled by the car.CorrectIncorrect
Determine the speed of the object between 1 and 3 seconds.CorrectIncorrect
answer to 2 decimal places
Calculate the acceleration of an object which has the following characteristics. Use the following equation v² − u² = 2 a x. Final velocity = 50m/s, Initial velocity 0m/s, Distance travelled = 350mCorrectIncorrect
Calculate the distance travelled by the runner in the velocity/time graph.CorrectIncorrect
What is the rate of acceleration in freefall?CorrectIncorrect
use 2 in place of ² or copy and paste ² into your answer for the units
What is the acceleration of an object that has an initial velocity of 10m/s and a final velocity of 50m/s. The object took 15s to accelerate to the final velocity.CorrectIncorrect
Use the following equation:
a = (v − u)
Calculate the acceleration of the object in the graph between 5 and 6 seconds.CorrectIncorrect
Distance/time and Velocity/time graphs
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