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What is the average velocity of the cart when moving from position x = 0.10 m to position x = 1.10 m?

For X=0.10m on the time it took the cart to reach that position it is 0.34s

The velocity of the cart at 0.10m is 0.87

For x=1.10m on the time it took the cart to reach that position it is 0.76s

The velocity of the cart at 1.10m is 4.33

I have tried Xf-Xi/Tf-Ti but it keeps saying that I am wrong :(

please help me

  • Physics -

    The average velocity = The total distance traveled divided by the total
    time required to travel that distance:

    Vavg = (1.1-0.1)/0.76 = 1.32 m/s.

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