Speed and Velocity in 1 Dimension

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Speed and Velocity in 1 Dimension Revision Questions

1. An object moves along the path shown in the figure below.

Calculate the Speed and the Velocity if it takes 8 s to the object to travel from A to B according the given path. Take π = 22/7.

1. Speed = 22 m/s, Velocity = 15 m/s
2. Speed = 176 m/s, Velocity = 56 m/s
3. Speed = 15 m/s, Velocity = 22 m/s
4. Speed = 44 m/s, Velocity = 30 m/s

2. What is the instantaneous velocity at t = 5.0 s for the moving object whose Position vs Time graph is shown below?

1. 4 m/s
2. - 4 m/s
3. 2 m/s
4. -2 m/s

3. A car travels from the city A to the city B at 60 m/s and turns back from B to A at 120 m/s. What is the average speed of the entire trip?

1. 120 m/s
2. 90 m/s
3. 80 m/s
4. 60 m/s

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