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1. no acceleration?
x = x0 + 1/2(v + v0)t
2. no position?
v = v0 + at
3. no final velocity?
x = x0 + v0t + 1/2at2
4. no initial velocity?
x = x0 + vt - 1/2at2
5. no time variable?
v2 = vo2 + 2a(x - xo)
6. What does v, or vf stand for?

A) change in velocity
B) average velocity
C) displacement
D) final velocity
E) initial velocity
D) final velocity

the correct answer is final velocity, and can be used in an equation:
v = vo + at
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7. what does x stand for?

A) initial x integer logarithmic value
B) initial y value for position
C) initial x value for position
D) final displacement
E) initial y integer logarithmic value
C) initial x value for position

the correct answer is initial x value for position, and can be used in the equation
x = x0 + 1/2(v + vo)t
(this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
8. what does v0 stand for?

A) initial velocity
B) average velocity
C) final velocity
D) eventual velocity
A) initial velocity

the correct answer is initial velocity, and can be used in the equation
v = v0 + ator
v0 = at - v
(this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
9. what does a stand for?
acceleration
10. what does t stand for
time

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 Author: ebeagles17 ID: 17165 Filename: kinematics Updated: 2010-05-02 04:54:05 Tags: kinematics physics formulas Folders: Description: 5 essential kinematics formulas Show Answers:

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