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quasar987

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On this forum, you are expected to show your work so we can

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delta v over delta t. i don't no the velocity for t = 5.

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sfgradv said:delta v over delta t.

That's the formula for average

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sfgradv said:

Get out a ruler, and carefully measure (a) the distance between the x = 40 and x = 60 lines on the graph, and (b) the distance between the x = 40 line and the point where the graph intersects the t = 5 line. That will give you enough information to calculate x at t = 5 (more precisely, x - 40).

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