Acceleration formula
Acceleration formula
A car accelerates from 23m/s to 7m/s in 4 seconds. What is the car's average acceleration? Multiple Choice: A) -4m/s^2 B) 5.75 m/s^2 C) 1.75m/s^2 D) 4 m/s^2 I...
As a ball falls, its acceleration is... Multiple Choice: A) positive B) negative C) it has no acceleration I know the answer is A) positive. But why? Please...
Which of the following carts is experiencing an unbalanced force? Multiple Choice: A) A cart that is accelerating B) A cart that is traveling at a constant speed C) A cart...
A force of F newtons will give an object with a mass of M an acceleration of A. The same force will give a mass of 3 M an acceleration of: Multiple choice: a) 1/3 A b) 3 A c)...
A force of F newtons will give an object with a mass of M an acceleration of A. The same force will give a mass of 3 M an acceleration of: Multiple choice: a) 1/3 A b) 3 A c)...
Find the acceleration when the velocity is 0. I know the function for acceleration is 6t so I thought the answer must be 0. However, the back of the book says the answer is 6. Is that...
The force required to accelerate a 20kg mass at 6m/s^2 is:
The acceleration of a 500kg mass when a 4N force is applied to it is:
A common track event is the 4x100m relay, where each athlete each run 100m and passes a baton to the next runner who then runs 100m, and so on until all four runners have gone. The runners receiving...
Riding your bike, you can accelerate at a rate of 1.5m/s^2. If you accelerate for 17 seconds, how much speed will you gain? (s) = seconds SHOW WORK (Average Speed or...
Driving at 75m/s, you hit the brakes on your new car, accelerating at a rate of -20m/s. How long will it take the car to come to rest? Show work (Acceleration or Average Speed)
Riding your bike, you can accelerate at a rate of 2m/s^2. If you start from rest, how long will it take to reach a speed of 20m/s? Show work (Average Speed or Acceleration)
Your new car can go 0-90 m/s in 5 seconds. What is your car's acceleration? Show work (Average Speed or Acceleration)
I was thinking about gravity and isn't it a meters per second per second per second acceleratory force? I mean, as you get close to an object's center of mass the force of gravity gets stronger,...
a. a bird flies straight from a tree to the ground without changing speeds b. a dog walks at a constant speed along a straight sidewalk c. a girl runs along a straight path the same distance...
acceleration
acceleration
True or false: Newton's laws apply only to reference frames that are not accelerating.
A sinker on a string travels in a circle of radius1.00 m with a constant speed of 2.75 m/s. What is its acceleration?