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Hi! Do you understand any one thing about the picture? Just one thing to go off of? (Even something that isn't immediately helpful?)
my answer is: the object is moving up with a uniform velocity.... am i right?
Nope, sorry! And you seem to be into the details. So you might notice what went wrong when I tell you something. Velocity is the the change in the distance per the change in the time. A constant velocity would mean the change in distance per change in time is the same. I'll let you think about that while I draw on your picture. :)
Velocity is the the change in the POSITION per the change in the time. A constant velocity would mean the change in distance per change in time is the same.
So, now you know the velocity can not be constant.
The change in distance per time is getting less and less with time. So what is happening to the velocity as time goes on?
oh i get it my term "uniform" is not right.. it should be decreasing velocity.. thanks:)
Exactly!! So you are right! Now, I don't know how exact your graph is, but it looks like the distance increases as the velocity decreases. Eventually the velocity is zero. Then the distance decreases, and the velocity is now negative, and it looks like it's decreasing. You see that a lot in free fall :)
oopss sorry.. the distance will not decrease it will just stop.. are you doing physics too?
Okay! If the line just ends, then I guess you can't tell what happens after that point! I learned this in high school, and I saw it again in college. Now I'm in college working mostly on physics and computer science topics. :)
What physics course are you taking?
Physics one and two? Are you using just algebra?
i'm in grade 12 and i will take Physics 12 this semester..
I see! You are in an education system I am unfamiliar with :) Take care! And congrats on getting this! Good luck with everything.
thanks (^_^).. you too..