Introduction to motion, speed and time assessment
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Introduction to motion, speed and time assessment

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    Chandramohan J.
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    Chandramohan J.

    good

    Chandramohan J.
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    Chandramohan J.

    good sir reALLY

    Chandramohan J.
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    Chandramohan J.

    REALLY GOOD

    Mark R.
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    Mark R.

    Match the following statements using the formula for force....no matter how it's answered it says invalid answer. WTF is this a joke?

    Bruce C.
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    Bruce C.

    Several Questions are incorrect. 4) If the net force is zero a body or object will (two answers) you said "Remain in the same place" as the only correct answer. however you marked wrong "move forward at a constant velocity", which is also correct. Constant velocity means zero acceleration, which means no net force. question 19 says" Velocity is made up of Displacement and ______" your answer of speed is wrong. Velocity is equal to Displacement per unit time. V=D/t question 24 only took uniform motion as correct, but constant motion as wrong.

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