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Graphical Kinematics: Position vs. Time (Grades 11-12)

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Graphical Kinematics: Position vs. Time

Instructions: Use the Position vs. Time Graph below to answer the following questions. Descriptions must be written in complete sentences. For any questions involving calculations, you must show ALL your computation work. Velocity answers should be in km/hr units.

Position Vs. Time
1. 
Describe, in detail, the motion of the particle during the interval from t = 0 to t = 0.20 min.





2. 
Calculate the velocity of the particle during the interval from t = 0 to t = 0.20 min. (0.20min=12s)





3. 
Describe, in detail, the motion of the particle during the interval from t = 0.20 min to t = 0.40 min.





4. 
Calculate the velocity of the particle during the interval, t=0.20 min and t=0.40 min.





5. 
Describe, in detail, the motion of the particle during the interval from t = 0.40 min to t = 0.60 min.





6. 
Calculate the velocity of the particle during the interval from t = 0.40 min to t = 0.60 min.





7. 
Describe, in detail, the motion of the particle during the interval from t = 0.60 min to t = 1.0 min.





8. 
Calculate the velocity of the particle during the interval, t = 0.60 min to t = 1.0 min.





9. 
Calculate the average velocity of the particle during the entire interval, t = 0 min to t = 1.0 min.





10. 
How do you know the particle is moving at a constant velocity, and is not accelerating, over the intervals marked A, C, and D?





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