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What is the value for acceleration due to gravity? 9.8m/s^2
Acceleration is equal to: Change in velocity/change in time a=∆v/∆t
The slope of the function of velocity with respect to time is? Acceleration
What is your car's acceleration if you start at 0.0 m/s and you accelerate to 40 m/s in 8 seconds? 5m/s^2
If you shoot a projectile into the air at an angle, neglecting air resistance, what is its horizontal acceleration? zero
If you shoot a projectile into the air at an angle, neglecting air resistance, what is its vertical acceleration? -9.8m/s^2
If you shoot a rocket into the air, at what point in its path does it have minimum speed. Its maximum height, or apex of its trajectory.
What are the units of a Newton? kgm/s^2 kilograms*meters/second aquared
Created by: Tgzphysics