# Physics

Which of the following describe possible scenarios?
A) An object has zero instantaneous velocity
and non-zero acceleration.
B) An object has negative acceleration and
is speeding up.
C) An object has positive acceleration and
constant velocity.
D) An object has positive velocity and zero
acceleration.
E) An object has increasing positive position and negative velocity.
F) An object has decreasing positive position and negative acceleration

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1. D, and F.

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2. A, B, D, and F

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4. a b d f

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5. d and f

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