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Use a ruler to measure thediameter of a quarter to the nearest sixteenthof an inch. How

Saxon Math, Course 1 | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9781591417835 | Authors: Stephan Hake ISBN: 9781591417835 476

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Problem 6

Use a ruler to measure thediameter of a quarter to the nearest sixteenthof an inch. How can you use that informationto find the radius and the circumference ofthe quarter?

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Reece Witcher Work ● Work is equal to the force times the distance an object travels ○ W=F∗s ● However work is only done if the force is parallel to the displacement ○ W=F∗scosθ ● Work is a scalar quantity. So it is dot product of the Force and displacement ● Total work is the net force multiplied by the displacement ○ W=F(net)∗scosθ ● Work is equal to the change in energy ○ W=Δ E of a system ○ This includes all forms of energy an object possesses Energy ● Kinetic Energy is equal to the mass of the objects multiplied by its velocity squared ○ KineticEnergy=1/2m∗v ○ This quantity is always a positive or zero value ● Ener

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Textbook: Saxon Math, Course 1
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Author: Stephan Hake
ISBN: 9781591417835

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