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calculusxy

  • one year ago

MEDAL!!! Graph attached below Question: Start at the 0.5 meter mark and walk towards the 4 meter mark at 0.25 meters per second.

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  1. calculusxy
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  2. calculusxy
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    If I do the graph, then it seems like I need to go outside of the graph. However, I am not sure if that's how I should do it. In other words, I am doubting my approach to this problem. So I just need to make sure what I should do.

  3. Haseeb96
    • one year ago
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    @calculusxy what we have to find out in this question ?

  4. calculusxy
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    I don't think we need to find anything out. We just need to plot the points -- going 0.25 meters per second.

  5. Haseeb96
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    |dw:1436111597783:dw|

  6. calculusxy
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    I still don't understand the graph.

  7. Haseeb96
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    Look Mark start to walk from 0.5 meter okay so we take it as initial point, so at initial point time = 0 secs

  8. calculusxy
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    Okay

  9. calculusxy
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    And then?

  10. calculusxy
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    Why would you divide 0.5/0.25?

  11. Haseeb96
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    speed is given that is 0.25 meter /second and then we consider we take 1 sec to to complete 0.25 meter now make a graph your self I have just give you an example of graph , The actual graph you will draw yourself

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    *given

  13. calculusxy
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    So you wouldn't actually go as being: 1 sec -- 0.5 m 2 sec -- 0.75m 3 sec -- 1 m ?

  14. Haseeb96
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    nope I was just explaining the thing Mark actually take 1 sec for 0.25 meter

  15. Haseeb96
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    now draw graph yourself and show me

  16. calculusxy
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    I will try... :\

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