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May908, 03:40 PM


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May908, 05:18 PM

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Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.




#3
May908, 09:27 PM

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I am confused and this is really bothering me.




#4
May908, 11:38 PM

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Snapshot & History Graphs 



#5
May908, 11:41 PM

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Yeah, see I'm having problems because there are a couple problems like this in my textbook where my drawings are completely off from what the back of the book has, so I was worried that I was not understanding this at all.




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May1008, 12:28 AM

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Wow. What's the name of this book, and the authors? Looks like you understand it better than they do!




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Oct2209, 02:11 AM

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My answer is the same as the original poster's..please, what are we doing wrong?!!??!




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Oct2209, 06:35 AM

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Welcome to Physics Forums
You and the OP did it right, the book has it wrong. What is the name of this book and its author? 



#9
Nov109, 06:33 PM

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The book's called Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach (2nd ed.), Vol 3, and the author is Randall D. Knight. I also got the same answer as the OP. So the book is wrong and the OP is right?




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Nov109, 06:39 PM

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Welcome to PF
And thank you for answering my question 



#11
Nov109, 06:52 PM

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No problem Thanks for the help (and the fast reply)!




#12
Nov409, 12:53 AM

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I have the 6th edition of this book and the answer in the answer key is still wrong....



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