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# MODELING WORKSHOP PROJECT UNIT 3 TEST V2

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Oct 26, 2015Unformatted text preview: G)_____ ©Modeling Workshop Project 2005 3 Unit III ws 1 v2.0 t t v t a x 3) D) x E) _____ F) _____ G)_____ ©Modeling Workshop Project 2005 4 Unit III ws 1 v2.0 t t v t a x When considering problems 4-5, assume that the ball does not experience any change in velocity while it is on a horizontal portion of the rail.
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Date UNIT III: Worksheet 3 - luckyscience Pages 1 - 4
Over what intervals on the graph above is the object speeding up? (How do you know?)c. Over what intervals on the graph above is the object slowing down? (How do you know?)d. At what point(s) on the graph above is the object changing direction? (How do you know?)©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 3 Unit III ws3 v3.0. 10.[PDF]
UNIT III: Review - Wallingford-Swarthmore School District
©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 1 Unit III Review v3.0 UNIT III: Review Use the graph below to answer questions #1-4 that follow (assume each number is followed by “.0” on the graph): 1. Give a written description to describe the motion of this object. 2. Draw the motion map for the object. Include velocity and acceleration vectors. 3.[PDF]
Date Pd UNIT 1.1 WORKSHEET #3: Precision of Measure
©Modeling Workshop Project 2003 1 MPS 1.1 Geometric Properties-Length ws3 v2.1 Name Date Pd UNIT 1.1 WORKSHEET #3: Precision of Measure Given the centimeter as our standard. Estimate the lengths of the following lines in centimeters. In the second blank, show this estimate in millimeters.[PDF]
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©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 55 Unit 2, Rdg 2: A more complicated motion can be represented as well, Here, an object moves to the right at constant velocity, stops and remains in place for two seconds, then moves to the left at a slower constant velocity.[PDF]
Date Pd UNIT III: Handout 3
©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 3 Unit III ws3 v3.0 3. A stunt car driver testing the use of air bags drives a car at a constant velocity of +25 m/s for 85.0 m. Then he applies his brakes and accelerates uniformly to a stop just as he reaches a wall 35.0 m away. a.[PDF]
Unit Vi Test V1 Answer Key Physics - pdfsdocuments2
Title: Unit Vi Test V1 Answer Key Physics Keywords: Unit Vi Test V1 Answer Key Physics Created Date: 11/3/2014 6:34:17 PM[PDF]
UNIT VI: Worksheet 1 - luckyscience
©Modeling Workshop Project 2002 1 Unit VI ws1 v2.0 Name . UNIT VI: Worksheet 1 . 1. A body falls freely from rest on Earth. Find: a. its displacement at t = 3s . b. the time for it to reach a speed of 25 m/s . c. the time required for it to fall 300 m . d. its speed after falling 70 m . 2. Repeat question 1 for a body falling freely on the moon.
Unit 5 Physics Test - Name Da te Pd UNIT V Test v1 For
©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 1 Unit V Test-1 v3.0 Name Date Pd UNIT V Test – v1 For questions 1-6, consider the cart on a track below. A force is applied acting to the right. Assume that friction is negligible. For each question, one or more features of the system has been changed.86%(7)Author: Justicefreedompuppy9675
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