Kinematics Worksheet - Velocity/Acceleration Problems - Please Point Out Errors


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Oct12-10, 08:03 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data



2. Relevant equations
a=v/t
v=d/t


3. The attempt at a solution
Same as above in number 1, all work is shown. I know for a fact that the two tables on the very top are correct because my teacher did them on the board, as well as the graph. Only the rest of the questions I am unsure if they are correct or not. If I went somewhere wrong, please point it out. I am pretty sure I got initial velocity wrong, but then I am not sure how to get the right one either. This homework is due tomorrow, please help as soon as you possibly can.


Thanks.
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