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Iam getting the ans as 63m, but the ans in the text book is 62m. Pls helpName:  16068295902981902242141633749707.jpg
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Not sure about Chris's acceleration. Or the time correction.
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Not sure about Chris's acceleration. Or the time correction.
Chris acceleration would be 2m/s^2
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Not sure about Chris's acceleration. Or the time correction.
When t=8, and v=16m/s, a=2m/s^2.
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Chris acceleration would be 2m/s^2
You’ve written 1.6 (even though your calculation is using 2 anyways)

Is it definitely 62 in the book?
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You’ve written 1.6 (even though your calculation is using 2 anyways)

Is it definitely 62 in the book?
Yeah
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You’ve written 1.6 (even though your calculation is using 2 anyways)

Is it definitely 62 in the book?
The distance is 62m and for the second question time is 23.1s
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The distance is 62m and for the second question time is 23.1s
Have you got the time correction sorted?
Draw the velocity time graph if necessary.
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I don't understand the time for chris. is it (t-5) or (t+5)
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if Bradley t=0, Chris starts 5s later than Bradley will be t+5
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I don't understand the time for chris. is it (t-5) or (t+5)
You've done this before. Tbh, you just need to see how long he spends at constant speed. It's easy to reason.
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The distance is 62m and for the second question time is 23.1s
How can the second part be 23.1s when the first part proved that Chris hadn’t overtaken him by the time he started decelerating at 50s?
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I know and you only taught me that it will be t-5.
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so I need to first find the time for chris
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I know and you only taught me that it will be t-5.
Ive tried to get you to think more, sketch and respond slower.
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ok sure. thanks!!
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ok sure. thanks!!
Upload your sketch when done.
You don't really need t+/-5. You are given the time intervals.
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Upload your sketch when done.
You don't really need t+/-5. You are given the time intervals.
Ok thanks! Will do that
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Upload your sketch when done.
You don't really need t+/-5. You are given the time intervals.
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But they don't start at the same time.
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