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show a partial motion diagram. For:a. Complete the motion

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Problem 49P

Problem 49P

Problem show a partial motion diagram. For:

a. Complete the motion diagram by adding acceleration vectors.

b. Write a physics problem for which this is the correct motion diagram. Be imaginative! Don’t forget to include enough information to make the problem complete and to state clearly what is to be found.

c. Draw a pictorial representation for your problem.

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Solution 49 P:

Step 1 of 2:-

a)

Here we have to complete the motion diagram given, by adding the acceleration vectors.

Here the velocity is decreasing with time, so the acceleration is in the opposite direction of motion.

b)

Here we have to write a story which resembles with the motion diagram.

This can be considered as, a picture of a ball thrown upwards with some initial velocity, which stops at a maximum height.

Here we are not showing, what happens after once the ball reached the maximum height.

The picture and the story ends as the ball makes it to the highest point. The acceleration is the acceleration due to gravity.

Step 2 of 2

Chapter 1, Problem 49P is Solved
Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
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Author: Randall D. Knight
ISBN: 9780321740908

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