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Distance is
1. a change in position
2. a measure of how far an object has moved
3. the distance and direction of an object's change on position from a reference point
4. the distance traveled per unit of time
Average speed equals:
1. Distance/ Time
2. Time/ Distance
3. Distance + Time
Continuing Education Commercial Driving
What three things add up to total stopping distance?
1. Resistance Distance + Perception Distance + Braking Distance.
2. Perception Distance + Reaction Distance + Braking Distance.
3. Visual Distance + Braking Distance + Resistance Distance.
4. Braking Distance + Perception Distance + Lag Time.
5. None of the above.
What is the formula for calculating speed.
1. Distance/time
2. Time/distance
3. Velocity/time
College Analytical Methods
Which of the following equations correctly represents the equation for the retention factor?
1. $R_f = "distance of solvent"/"distance of substance"$
2. $R_f="distance of substance"/"distance of solution"$
3. $R_f="distance of substance"/"distance of solvent front"$
4. None of the above
Which of the following equations represents the $R_{f}$ value?
1. $R_f="distance traveled by spot"/"distance traveled by solvent"$
2. $R_f="distance traveled by solvent"/"distance traveled by solution"$
3. $R_f="distance traveled by solvent"/"distance traveled by solute"$
4. $R_f="distance traveled by solution"/"distance traveled by solvent"$
Grade 9 Lab Practices and Tools
What dimension is measured by cubic centimeters?
1. Distance
2. Volume
3. Temperature
4. Density
The change of speed over time.
1. acceleration
2. distance
3. velocity