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WILL MEDAL http://prntscr.com/9f24u6 Assume this is an acceleration graph, where the X axis represents time in seconds and the Y axis represent velocity in m/s. Which statement BEST describes the acceleration represented by the graph? A)There is no acceleration. B)Acceleration is positive. C)Acceleration is positive and constant. D)Acceleration is positive and increasing.
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MD152727
  • MD152727
D I am sure because the graph shows an acceleration of (2.5, 14) which is positive and also as you can see it is increasing

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@MD152727 I would agree. But instead of giving the answer, you should help the user find it themselves.
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I have another question @whpalmer4 @MD152727
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give me a sec
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Which car is accelerating? A)a car that is unmoving B)a car that rounds a curve at a constant speed C)a car that travels in straight line at a constant speed D)a car that is set to a constant speed of 60 miles per hour
anonymous
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I think its B
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B :)
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thanks
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Which object would have a LARGER gravitational force acting upon it? (assume the objects are at the same height above the Earth.) A)5 kg block of wood B)100 kg person C)412 kg motorcycle D)2540 kg elephant
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the gravitational force between two objects with masses \(m_1,m_2\) is given by \[F = G\frac{m_1 m_2}{r^2}\]where \(G\) is a constant and \(r\) is the distance between the centers of mass of each object. You do not need to know the value of \(G,r, m_1\) to figure out this problem. The value of \(m_2\) will be the mass of the object you are considering. How will the value of \(F\) vary as \(m_2\) varies?

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