What is the x-component of the velocity (in m/s) for

Inyalan0 2021-12-18 Answered
What is the x-component of the velocity (in m/s) for the object having the x(t) graph shown above?
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Timothy Wolff
Answered 2021-12-19 Author has 26 answers
Step 1
The slope of the position-time graph represents the velocity.
Refer the graph given the question.
The slope of the graph is,
v=y2y1x2x1
=0.5m1.0m5s0s
=0.3ms
The velocity is 0.3ms

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kalupunangh
Answered 2021-12-20 Author has 29 answers
Step 1
The correct answer according to the answer key is =0.3ms.
When taking the graphinto consideration we make the table values
PositionTime0.160.550.841.131.421.7120
Taking the velocity from the change in position and change in time we get it as
dxdt=21.701
=0.3ms

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