True, but surely to work out the average speed for the whole journey you would have to work out the total distance first then divide by the total time?(Original post by ozmo19)
"The cyclist maintains a constant velocity as he travels from B to D.
Find the displacement of D from O. 
Find the cyclist's average speed for the whole journey. "
Didn't ask anything about distance or total distance.
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CCEA M1 Mechanics 25th May 2016 watch
- 26-05-2016 12:08
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(Original post by caitrionacarson)
- 26-05-2016 18:54
Okay so not exactly an unofficial marks scheme but this is what I got from memory. Really not sure about q6 though.
Q1 (i) 70.2ms^-1
Q2 (i) 5ms^-1
Q4 (i) 2s, 10s
Q5 (i) v=k+2
Q6 (i) 0.387
- 26-05-2016 19:52
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- 26-05-2016 20:49
does anyone have the question paper they can post photos of??