1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A car is making a trip of 40 mi. It travels half the distance at an average speed of 20 mph. In order for it to have an average speed of 40 mph for the whole trip, the car would need to: a. travel at an average speed of 40 mph for the trip’s remainder. b. travel at an average speed of 60 mph for the trip’s remainder. c. cover the remainder of the distance in 15 minutes. d. It is not possible for the entire trip to have an average speed of 40 mph.. 2. Relevant equations average speed = distance / delta time 3. The attempt at a solution Based on the mathematical definition of average speed, the time taken to travel the first 20 mi is: Time = distance / average speed = 20 mi / 20 mph = 1 hr The time required to travel the desired distance, 40 mi, with an average speed of 40 mph is: Time = distance / average speed = 40 mi / 40 mph = 1 hr For the first 20 mi, 1 hr has already elapsed; therefore, the total time to travel 40 mi will be longer than 1 hr. Is the correct choice d.? 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An object at rest is dropped from a height of 10 m. After 1 s, what is the object’s speed? (g = 10 m/s^2) 2. Relevant equations v_f = v_o +a*t 3. The attempt at a solution v_f = v_o +a*t v_o = 0 m/s t = 1 s a = -10 m/s^2 v_f = (-10 m/s^2)*(1 s) = |-10 m/s| = 10 m/s ??? Thank you.