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he following data were obtained for the position of a ball as it rolled along a straight track

DISPLACEMENT (CM)
2.90
7.40
11.00
22.70
31.10

TIME
0.60
2.10
3.30
7.20
10.00

  • PHYSICS -

    dx/dt = 28.2/9.4 = 3 cm/s for the whole trip
    dx/dt = (11-2.9)/(3.3-.6) = 3 cm/s for part of the trip
    so I suspect constant velocity of 3 cm/s or 0.03 m/s

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    @damon is that the answer in my table?

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    You did not ask any question.

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