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cherrish1234

  • one year ago

The figure shows the velocity graph of a particle moving along the x-axis (d=9.4, T=2.8). Its initial position is x0 = 3.4 m at t0 = 0 s. At t1 = 1.1 s, What is the particle's position?

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  1. cherrish1234
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    What is the particle's position? What is the particle's acceleration? What is the particle's velocity?

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    • one year ago
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    Hi (if we get v0=0) from graph we have\[a=v/t\] (we know that particles motion is constant acceleration)and from \[x=0.5at^2+v _{0}t+x _{0}\]we can find position of particles at t1=1.1 and from v=at find velocity at t1=1.1

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