   Chapter 5.R, Problem 2CC

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Textbook Problem

# Suppose that Sue runs faster than Kathy throughout a 1500-meter race. What is the physical meaning of the area between their velocity curves for the first minute of the race?

To determine

To interpret:

The physical meaning of the area between their velocity curves for the first minute of the race

Explanation

As Sue runs faster than Kathy throughout the 1500-meter race, the velocity curves representing Sue’s velocity is an upper curve while the curve representing Kathy’s velocity is a lower curve

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