3. A projectile's time of flight is dependent upon the _______
components of its motion.

Vertical? or Horizontal?

4.
The horizontal displacement of aprojectile is
dependent upon the ____ component
of its motion and its
___ of flight.

&

5a) When does the car move backward?

5b) How much distance does the cart cover in the first 3
seconds?

5c) What is the carts acceleration
in the first 3 seconds?

5a)
at t =
seconds

5b)

5b)

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6. Describe the v and a for each interval

Velocity

AB

BC

CD

DE

Acceleration

AB

BC

CD

DE

7a) Which letter shows the a plot with the greatest
acceleration?

7b) Which plot shows the greatest displacement? Why?

7a)

7b)

The graph below, which represents the
relationship between the displacement of an object and its time of traveling
along a straight line.
8a)
What is the magnitude of the object's total d after 8.0 s ? 8b) What is the average v of the object during the first 4.0 s?
8c) What is the average
v of the object between 4.0 s and 8 s? 8d)
What is the average v of the object between
2.0 s and 4 s?

8a)

8b)

8c)

8d)

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9. Which terms both represent scalar quantities?

(1) displacement and velocity
(2) distance and speed
(3) displacement and speed
(4) distance and velocity

10. Which two terms represent a vector quantity
and the scalar quantity of the vector’s magnitude, respectively?

(1) acceleration and velocity
(2) weight and force
(3) speed and time
(4) displacement and distance

11. A baseball player throws a ball horizontally.
Which statement best describes the ball’s motion after it is thrown?
[Neglect friction.]

(1) Its vertical speed remains the same, and its horizontal speed increases.
(2) Its vertical speed remains the same, and its horizontal speed remains
the same.
(3) Its vertical speed increases, and its horizontal speed increases.
(4) Its vertical speed increases, and its horizontal speed remains the same.