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Problem Q2.20

You run due east at a constant speed of 3.00 m>s for a distance of 120.0 m and then continue running east at a constant speed of 5.00 m>s for another 120.0 m. For the total 240.0-m run, is your average velocity 4.00 m>s, greater than 4.00 m>s, or less than 4.00 m>s? Explain.

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1. Transforming energy A. Energy is not lost it is just converted to less important forms B. Work into a system: positive C. Work out of a system: negative D. Work includes electric energy into and out of motors and generators E. Energy output= energy input F. Thermal energy is...

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