# P4.B Progress Check 4

## Quiz by ALEJANDRO URBY

High School

Physics (2017)

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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- Q1What are the given and implied variables in the situation above?vi=-9.8m/s, a=-3m/s^2, t=2svi=2m/s, a=-9.8m/s^2, t=3svi=-3m/s, a=-9.8m/s^2, t=2svi=-3m/s, a=2m/s^2, t=9.8s120s112.39.c.4.b
- Q2If you are trying to solve for the final velocity at t = 2s, which equation is necessary here?a=(vf^2-vi^2)/2dd=vi*t+(1/2)a*t^2v=d/ta=(vf-vi)/t120s112.39.c.4.b
- Q3What is the final velocity at t = 2s?6m/s-18m/s-1.5m/s-22.6m/s120s112.39.c.4.b
- Q4If the initial velocity is doubled, what would the new final velocity be at 2s?-19.3m/s3.5m/s-25.6m/s-23m/s120s112.39.c.4.b
- Q5What would a velocity vs. time graph look like for the situation?Curved line with a negative decreasing slopeStraight line with a constant negative slopeStraight line with a constant positive slopeCurved line with a negative increasing slope120s112.39.c.4.b