New... 12 A A d Class: Date: Name Chapter 2 Mechanics 6. Suppose you run along the three paths below from location A to location B. The path walked is represented by dashed lines. Path 1 Path 2 Path 3 -B AB A B a. Considering the same three paths, along which path(s) would your distance b. Considering the same three paths, along which path(s) would your displacement traveled be the same as your displacement? be the same? Your friend just texted you to tell you she downloaded the new Taylor Swift album. You run from your house to a friend's house, 3 miles away, only to find she is not there. Disappointed, you walk home. 7. a. What distance did you travel? b. What was your displacement for the entire trip? Observe the diagram below. A person starts at A, walks along the bold path and finishes at B. Each square is 1 km along its edge. 8. a. The person walks a distance of b. The person has a displacement of 9. True or False? 1821 words 呕 English (United States) Focus

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New... 12 A A d
Class:
Date:
Name
Chapter 2
Mechanics
6. Suppose you run along the three paths below from location A to location B. The path
walked is represented by dashed lines.
Path 1
Path 2
Path 3
-B
AB A B
a. Considering the same three paths, along which path(s) would your distance
b. Considering the same three paths, along which path(s) would your displacement
traveled be the same as your displacement?
be the same?
Your friend just texted you to tell you she downloaded the new Taylor Swift album. You
run from your house to a friend's house, 3 miles away, only to find she is not there.
Disappointed, you walk home.
7.
a. What distance did you travel?
b. What was your displacement for the entire trip?
Observe the diagram below. A person starts at A, walks along the bold path and finishes
at B. Each square is 1 km along its edge.
8.
a. The person walks a distance of
b. The person has a displacement of
9.
True or False?
1821 words
呕
English (United States)
Focus
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New... 12 A A d Class: Date: Name Chapter 2 Mechanics 6. Suppose you run along the three paths below from location A to location B. The path walked is represented by dashed lines. Path 1 Path 2 Path 3 -B AB A B a. Considering the same three paths, along which path(s) would your distance b. Considering the same three paths, along which path(s) would your displacement traveled be the same as your displacement? be the same? Your friend just texted you to tell you she downloaded the new Taylor Swift album. You run from your house to a friend's house, 3 miles away, only to find she is not there. Disappointed, you walk home. 7. a. What distance did you travel? b. What was your displacement for the entire trip? Observe the diagram below. A person starts at A, walks along the bold path and finishes at B. Each square is 1 km along its edge. 8. a. The person walks a distance of b. The person has a displacement of 9. True or False? 1821 words 呕 English (United States) Focus

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