# Chapter 2 - One-Dimensional Kinematics - Conceptual Questions - Page 47: 4

No. The displacement = 0 and the distance traveled is positive.

#### Work Step by Step

The distance traveled by the space shuttle is greater than zero. If, for example, the orbit is a circumference, the distance traveled = $πr^{2}\gt0$, where $r$ is an appropriate radius. But, the displacement = 0 because the final position and the initial position are the same.

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