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  • one year ago

Jack and Jill exercise in a 25.0-m-long swimming pool. Jack swims nine lengths of the pool in 2 minutes and 22.3 seconds, while Jill, the faster swimmer, covers ten lengths in the same time interval. Find the average velocity and average speed of each swimmer. I need help with finding Jack's average velocity.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Average velocity=displacement/time Since Jack swam 9 length and 9 is an odd number, then we would beat the end of the pool. 25m/ 2 min and 22.3 seconds

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    .175 m/s?

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