Analyzing Motion Data
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1. calculate2. calculate4. calculate5. calculate7. calculate8. calculatechallenge:
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time (s)position (m)velocity (m/s)
acceleration (m/s/s)
time (s)position (m)velocity (m/s)
acceleration (m/s/s)
time (s)position (m)velocity (m/s)
acceleration (m/s/s)
time (s)position (m)velocity (m/s)
acceleration (m/s/s)
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0.00.000.00.00.00.000.010.0
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1.01.751.751.048.01.0-18.616.0
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2.07.005.253.52.092.02.0-34.426.0
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3.015.753.0132.03.0-47.436.0
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4.028.004.0168.04.0-57.646.0
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5.043.755.0200.05.0-65.056.0
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6.063.006.0228.06.0-69.666.0
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7.085.757.0252.07.0-71.476.0
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8.0112.008.0272.08.0-70.486.0
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9.0141.759.0288.09.0-66.696.0
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10.0175.0010.0300.010.0-60.0106.0
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3. is this object speeding up, slowing down, or maintaining a constant velocity?
6. is this object speeding up, slowing down, or maintaining a constant velocity?
9. is this object speeding up, slowing down, or maintaining a constant velocity?
CHALLENGE: fill in the yellow boxes; the initial velocity is 10.0 m/s east and the
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acceleration is a constant 6.0 m/s/s east
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10. does the object change direction at any point? how can you tell?
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note: you are finding the average velocity (and acceleration) for each one-second
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interval; i.e., the velocity at any given time should be interpreted as the average
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velocity over the one second preceeding that moment
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