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1 Choose the description that BEST matches the graph

2 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

3 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

4 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

5 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

6 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

7 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

8 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

9 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

10 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

11 A.Constant Positive Speed (in a forward direction) B.Constant Negative Speed (moving backwards/in reverse direction) C.Positive Acceleration D.Negative Acceleration E.Object at Rest

12  GO BACK AND LOOK AT YOUR HOMEWORK!  FIX YOUR MISTAKES!

13  Kyle skateboards down the sidewalk in front of the school, traveling at 24 km/h. How much time would it take him to travel 6.0 km?  Tamia and Jennifer are in a 3-legged race at Spring Fling. How far could they run if they ran 36 km/h for 5 min (convert to hours!)?  If you ran 15 km/h for 20 min, how much distance would you cover?  Maya doesn't want to be late for class so she rushes to Panera at lunch. How much time would it take Maya to walk 2 km to Panera for a salad if she walked at a rate of 4.5 km/h?

14  Kyle skateboards down the sidewalk in front of the school, traveling at 24 km/h. How much time would it take him to travel 6.0 km? a) 24 km/h = 6.0 km b) x 24 km/h = 6.0 km n c) 24n = 6.0 n n d) 24n = n =.25 hours (or 15 min)  Tamia and Jennifer are in a 3-legged race at Spring Fling. How far could they run if they ran 36 km/h for 5 min (convert to hours!)? 36 km/h = n ÷.08 (5 min x 60) 36 x.08 = 3 km

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16  A roach moves down the hall at 1.2 m/s. When he sees the custodian coming down the hall, he begins to run. After 3.2 s, he is moving at 3.6 m/s. What is his acceleration?.75 m/s² =  Instead of doing his work, Jake throws a textbook at Connor. After just 0.2 s, it is moving at 10.4 m/s. Find its acceleration. 52 m/s² = 10.4 m/s – 0 m/s.2 s  Luke and Zack decide to take the train to the Grand Canyon. The train starts from rest and reaches a speed of 54 km/h in.2 hours. Find its acceleration. 270 m/s² =  During his experiment, Eddie finds that his rocket starts from rest and accelerates to a speed of 220 km/h in 22 s. What is the acceleration? m/s² =


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