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Inquiry into Physics

8th Edition
Ostdiek
Publisher: Cengage
ISBN: 9781337515863
Chapter 1, Problem 13P
Textbook Problem
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. How far does a car going 25 m/s travel in 5 s? How far would a jet going 250 m/s travel in 5 s?

To determine

The distance travelled by car when it moves with constant speed 25m/s for 5s and the distance covered by jet when it is moving with constant speed of 250m/s for 5s.

Explanation of Solution

Given:

For car,

Speed of car, v=25m/s

Time interval, t=5s

For jet,

Speed, v=250m/s

Time interval, t=5s.

Formula used:

When a particle moves with constant speed, distance traveled by particle is defined as

Distance = speed × time

d=vt

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