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saad1109
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Nov26-11, 07:16 PM
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Case: We are performing a lab in our class in which on a slop (made from books) is made. Then we graph the motion of a puck via a machine which places a parabola type curve on the graph lick a ticker tape timer. The points were plotted under the motion of the puck.
the question i would like for u to solve would be something like this:

In a

Distance vs Distance Graph, or Displacement vs Displacement graph,
given interval between each point is .05 seconds, how would you find the average acceleration or the acceleration of the object, if the graph looks like this :

ONLY LOOK AT HALF OF THE GRAPH, THAT IS THE RIGHT HALF & IGNORE ANY LABELLING.

http://xamplified.com/wp-content/upl.../image0042.jpg


I WOULD DEEPLY BE THK YOU TO U IF U SOLVE THIS!!!!
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