College Physics (7th Edition)

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Chapter 2 - Kinematics: Description of Motion - Learning Path Questions and Exercises - Conceptual Questions: 9

Answer

Object a starts with initial 0 velocity with a constant acceleration and then moves for sometime with constant velocity and then again moves with constant acceleration. Object b starts with some negative velocity with a constant acceleration in opposite direction to velocity so the object decelerates up to the time when velocity becomes 0 and then began to accelerate since the direction of velocity and acceleration becomes same. Acceleration is constant all the time.

Work Step by Step

Object a starts with initial 0 velocity with a constant acceleration and then moves for sometime with constant velocity and then again moves with constant acceleration. Object b starts with some negative velocity with a constant acceleration in opposite direction to velocity so the object decelerates up to the time when velocity becomes 0 and then began to accelerate since the direction of velocity and acceleration becomes same. Acceleration is constant all the time.
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