Calculating acceleration science

A baseball picture who is standing 18.5 m from the batter throws a fastball moving at 40 m/s the batter swings contacts the ball for 0.03 and hits the ball straight back to the picture at 50 m/s. The velocities are constant

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  1. i don't know but can u help with this plzz

    Multiple Choice
    1. Which of the following is one of the reasons that Native American slavery declined quickly? (4 points)
    The Spanish and Native American populations mixed.
    Native Americans did not know how to farm European crops.
    The Spanish converted many Native Americans to Christianity.
    Native Americans were susceptible to European diseases and many died.
    2. European settlers forced many changes on Native Americans, but some of the greatest changes were ones they did not expect. Which of the following statements describes a change that was not intentional? (4 points)
    Native Americans were not immune to Old World diseases and millions died.
    Spanish conquistadors enslaved Native Americans and forced them to mine or farm.
    Native Americans began manufacturing their own guns after the European examples.
    Some Native Americans were forced by European missionaries to convert to Christianity.
    3. What statement best summarizes the population decline of Native Americans? (4 points)
    Native Americans encountered many European diseases, but were able to successfully overcome them.
    A civil war among Native Americans killed many and left many wounded.
    Native Americans were affected the most by malnutrition, which led to many Native Americans dying.
    Hard labor, malnutrition, and diseases from Europeans led to the deaths of millions of Native Americans.
    4. Which answer best summarizes the results of the 1763 Treaty of Paris? (4 points)
    The Treaty of Paris ended Britain's power in North America.
    The Treaty of Paris transferred land from Britain and America to France.
    The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to Britain.
    The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to the Native Americans.
    5. In both the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War, European countries fought for control of North America. What was the main difference between these two wars? (4 points)
    The French and Indian War involved Native Americans. The American Revolutionary War did not.
    In the French and Indian War, the Americans and the British were allies. In the American Revolutionary War, they were not.
    In the French and Indian War, the Americans were defeated. In the American Revolutionary War, they were not.
    The French and Indian War was mainly fought in the southern colonies. The American Revolutionary war was fought in the northern colonies.
    6.
    1755 1756 1757 1759 1760 1763
    British ambushed on way to Fort Duquesne British declare war on France French capture Fort William Henry British capture Fort Quebec British capture Montreal Treaty of Paris

    Using the timeline and your knowledge of U.S. history, which year marks the turning point of the French and Indian War? (4 points)
    1755, because this event caused the British to ally with Native American forces
    1757, because this event propelled the British to strengthen their ties with their allies
    1759, because this event allowed the capture of a major French colonial city
    1760, because this event resulted in destruction of supply routes for French allies
    7. Image showing British soldiers firing on an African American man in a city setting.
    Public Domain

    Why is this image important for African American history? (4 points)
    It shows an escaped African American slave, who was killed running from a whaling ship.
    It shows the death of an African American who was caught aiding the colonists during the Revolution.
    It shows the execution of Crispus Attucks, who was sentenced to death for stealing a weapon.
    It shows the first casualty of the American Revolution, who was an African American.
    8. What was the reason for the Sugar Act of 1764? (4 points)
    to keep the colonists safe
    to pay for war debts
    to prevent smuggling
    to raise funds for the colonies
    9. Which answer best explains how the leaders of Boston reacted to the Boston Massacre? (4 points)
    They literally fired back with guns of their own.
    They protested by refusing to house British soldiers.
    They blew it out of proportion to get the people angry.
    They covered it up so that the public would not be scared.
    10. Which was a result of the Boston Tea Party? (4 points)
    a trial and public hanging of British soldiers
    passing of the Intolerable Acts
    the Sons of Liberty publicizing the Boston Massacre
    the creation of the Stamp Act Congress
    11. Which of the following Founding Fathers is described by this list?
    wrote the Declaration of Independence
    represented Virginia at the Second Continental Congress
    (4 points)
    Alexander Hamilton
    Benjamin Franklin
    James Madison
    Thomas Jefferson
    12. What role did John Adams play in the Boston Massacre trials? (4 points)
    He represented the colonists.
    He was a member of the jury.
    He was the judge hearing the case.
    He represented the British soldiers.
    13. I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!—Patrick Henry

    How did Patrick Henry act on this idea? (4 points)
    He became a member of the Virginia Committee of Correspondence.
    He became a member of the Declaration of Independence Committee.
    He worked as a spy for the Continental Army.
    He wrote the Maryland Declaration of Rights.
    14. How were the Revolutionary efforts of Thomas Paine and Samuel Adams most alike? (4 points)
    Both wrote in support of the Revolutionary cause.
    Both served as leaders in the Continental Army.
    Both were influential in the Sons of Liberty.
    Both were imprisoned by the British for their actions.
    15. Which was a consequence of Native American involvement in the Revolutionary War? (4 points)
    American protection of Cherokee lands following the war
    France and Spain deciding that the U.S. was a worthwhile ally
    the assimilation of Mohawk land into Spanish territory
    the disintegration of the Iroquois Confederacy
    16. Which answer best explains James Otis's views of the Revolutionary Period? (4 points)
    Otis felt that taxation without representation was tyranny.
    Otis felt that representation without taxation was tyranny.
    Otis felt that British taxes would build up America's economy.
    Otis felt that British taxes provided security and safety for Americans.
    17. Which statement is best supported by the fact that Mercy Otis Warren wrote plays critical of the British? (4 points)
    Warren was one of the most popular playwrights of her day.
    Colonial women were interested in and informed about politics.
    Patriot women believed they were more influential than Loyalist women.
    The British government extended the right of free speech to colonial women.
    18. Which answer best summarizes George Washington's involvement with the Second Continental Congress? (4 points)
    He was selected as the president of the Congress.
    He was the sole author of the Olive Branch Petition.
    He was selected as the commander of the Continental Army.
    He was selected to present the Olive Branch Petition to King George.
    19. Why did the Continental Congress issue the Olive Branch Petition? (4 points)
    It wanted to gain United States independence without going to war.
    It wanted to negotiate for protection of American rights peacefully.
    It wanted to remain at peace in order to build up the Continental Army.
    It wanted to show Britain the reasons why they were going to war.
    20. Which answer best expresses the effects of Parliament passing the Coercive (Intolerable) Acts of 1774, closing the port of Boston? (4 points)
    The first shots of the American Revolution are fired and war between the colonies and Britain begins.
    The Sons of Liberty protest by dumping tea into Boston Harbor, which becomes known as the Boston Tea Party.
    Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty call this the Boston Massacre to gain colonial support against the British.
    Delegates meet at the First Continental Congress and demand that Britain repeal the acts, but Britain refuses.
    21. Which of the following was the main cause of the Boston Tea Party? (4 points)
    the Boston Massacre
    taxation without representation
    the Second Continental Congress
    quartering British troops in private homes
    22. Which phrase indicates that the colonists are protesting their lack of representation? (4 points)
    "Among [certain unalienable rights] are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
    "[Governments derive] their just powers from the consent of the governed."
    "Prudence [dictates] that governments—should not be changed for light and transient causes."
    "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal."
    23. Which group thought the colonists were adequately represented in Parliament? (4 points)
    Patriots
    Tories
    Whigs
    Workers
    24. On which idea did Patriots and Loyalists most agree? (4 points)
    Societies should organize governments to oversee citizens.
    Individual freedom is more important than group security.
    Britain provided the colonies with necessary economic support.
    Colonists could be fairly represented without a vote in Parliament.
    25. I am not responsible for paying taxes to the British king.

    Which kind of colonist most likely made this statement? (4 points)
    a Loyalist, because most Loyalists believed Britain owed payments to the colonies
    a British official, because British colonial leaders argued against the king's policies
    an undecided colonist, because both Patriots and Loyalists agreed that British taxes were fair
    a Patriot, because Patriots believed they owed nothing to a government they did not choose

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  2. acceleration is change in velocity over change in time

    [40 - (-50)] / .03

    = 90/.03

    = 3000 m/s^2

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  3. Asking a physicist is probably not the right tack to take.

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  4. My guesses
    1. Which of the following is one of the reasons that Native American slavery declined quickly? (4 points)
    The Spanish and Native American populations mixed.
    Native Americans did not know how to farm European crops.
    The Spanish converted many Native Americans to Christianity.
    +++++++Native Americans were susceptible to European diseases and many died.
    2. European settlers forced many changes on Native Americans, but some of the greatest changes were ones they did not expect. Which of the following statements describes a change that was not intentional? (4 points)
    ******Native Americans were not immune to Old World diseases and millions died.
    Spanish conquistadors enslaved Native Americans and forced them to mine or farm.
    Native Americans began manufacturing their own guns after the European examples.
    Some Native Americans were forced by European missionaries to convert to Christianity.
    3. What statement best summarizes the population decline of Native Americans? (4 points)
    Native Americans encountered many European diseases, but were able to successfully overcome them.
    A civil war among Native Americans killed many and left many wounded.
    Native Americans were affected the most by malnutrition, which led to many Native Americans dying.
    *****Hard labor, malnutrition, and diseases from Europeans led to the deaths of millions of Native Americans.
    4. Which answer best summarizes the results of the 1763 Treaty of Paris? (4 points)
    The Treaty of Paris ended Britain's power in North America.
    The Treaty of Paris transferred land from Britain and America to France.
    *****The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to Britain.
    The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to the Native Americans.
    5. In both the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War, European countries fought for control of North America. What was the main difference between these two wars? (4 points)
    The French and Indian War involved Native Americans. The American Revolutionary War did not.
    *****In the French and Indian War, the Americans and the British were allies. In the American Revolutionary War, they were not.
    In the French and Indian War, the Americans were defeated. In the American Revolutionary War, they were not.
    The French and Indian War was mainly fought in the southern colonies. The American Revolutionary war was fought in the northern colonies.
    6.
    1755 1756 1757 1759 1760 1763
    British ambushed on way to Fort Duquesne British declare war on France French capture Fort William Henry British capture Fort Quebec British capture Montreal Treaty of Paris

    Using the timeline and your knowledge of U.S. history, which year marks the turning point of the French and Indian War? (4 points)
    1755, because this event caused the British to ally with Native American forces
    1757, because this event propelled the British to strengthen their ties with their allies
    ******* 1759, because this event allowed the capture of a major French colonial city
    1760, because this event resulted in destruction of supply routes for French allies
    7. Image showing British soldiers firing on an African American man in a city setting.
    Public Domain

    Why is this image important for African American history? (4 points)
    It shows an escaped African American slave, who was killed running from a whaling ship.
    It shows the death of an African American who was caught aiding the colonists during the Revolution.
    It shows the execution of Crispus Attucks, who was sentenced to death for stealing a weapon.
    ****** It shows the first casualty of the American Revolution, who was an African American.
    8. What was the reason for the Sugar Act of 1764? (4 points)
    to keep the colonists safe
    ***** to pay for war debts
    to prevent smuggling
    to raise funds for the colonies
    9. Which answer best explains how the leaders of Boston reacted to the Boston Massacre? (4 points)
    They literally fired back with guns of their own.
    *****They protested by refusing to house British soldiers.
    They blew it out of proportion to get the people angry.
    They covered it up so that the public would not be scared.
    10. Which was a result of the Boston Tea Party? (4 points)
    a trial and public hanging of British soldiers
    passing of the Intolerable Acts
    ***** the Sons of Liberty publicizing the Boston Massacre
    the creation of the Stamp Act Congress
    11. Which of the following Founding Fathers is described by this list?
    wrote the Declaration of Independence
    represented Virginia at the Second Continental Congress
    (4 points)
    Alexander Hamilton
    Benjamin Franklin
    James Madison
    *******Thomas Jefferson
    12. What role did John Adams play in the Boston Massacre trials? (4 points)
    He represented the colonists.
    He was a member of the jury.
    He was the judge hearing the case.
    ******He represented the British soldiers.
    13. I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!—Patrick Henry

    How did Patrick Henry act on this idea? (4 points)
    ******He became a member of the Virginia Committee of Correspondence.
    He became a member of the Declaration of Independence Committee.
    He worked as a spy for the Continental Army.
    He wrote the Maryland Declaration of Rights.
    14. How were the Revolutionary efforts of Thomas Paine and Samuel Adams most alike? (4 points)
    ****** Both wrote in support of the Revolutionary cause.
    Both served as leaders in the Continental Army.
    Both were influential in the Sons of Liberty.
    Both were imprisoned by the British for their actions.
    15. Which was a consequence of Native American involvement in the Revolutionary War? (4 points)
    American protection of Cherokee lands following the war
    France and Spain deciding that the U.S. was a worthwhile ally
    the assimilation of Mohawk land into Spanish territory
    ***** the disintegration of the Iroquois Confederacy
    16. Which answer best explains James Otis's views of the Revolutionary Period? (4 points)
    *****Otis felt that taxation without representation was tyranny.
    Otis felt that representation without taxation was tyranny.
    Otis felt that British taxes would build up America's economy.
    Otis felt that British taxes provided security and safety for Americans.
    17. Which statement is best supported by the fact that Mercy Otis Warren wrote plays critical of the British? (4 points)
    Warren was one of the most popular playwrights of her day.
    ***** Colonial women were interested in and informed about politics.
    Patriot women believed they were more influential than Loyalist women.
    The British government extended the right of free speech to colonial women.
    18. Which answer best summarizes George Washington's involvement with the Second Continental Congress? (4 points)
    He was selected as the president of the Congress.
    He was the sole author of the Olive Branch Petition.
    ****** He was selected as the commander of the Continental Army.
    He was selected to present the Olive Branch Petition to King George.
    19. Why did the Continental Congress issue the Olive Branch Petition? (4 points)
    It wanted to gain United States independence without going to war.
    ******* It wanted to negotiate for protection of American rights peacefully.
    It wanted to remain at peace in order to build up the Continental Army.
    It wanted to show Britain the reasons why they were going to war.
    20. Which answer best expresses the effects of Parliament passing the Coercive (Intolerable) Acts of 1774, closing the port of Boston? (4 points)
    The first shots of the American Revolution are fired and war between the colonies and Britain begins.
    The Sons of Liberty protest by dumping tea into Boston Harbor, which becomes known as the Boston Tea Party.
    Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty call this the Boston Massacre to gain colonial support against the British.
    ******Delegates meet at the First Continental Congress and demand that Britain repeal the acts, but Britain refuses.
    21. Which of the following was the main cause of the Boston Tea Party? (4 points)
    the Boston Massacre
    ***** taxation without representation
    the Second Continental Congress
    quartering British troops in private homes
    22. Which phrase indicates that the colonists are protesting their lack of representation? (4 points)
    "Among [certain unalienable rights] are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
    ***** "[Governments derive] their just powers from the consent of the governed."
    "Prudence [dictates] that governments—should not be changed for light and transient causes."
    "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal."
    23. Which group thought the colonists were adequately represented in Parliament? (4 points)
    Patriots
    ***** Tories
    Whigs
    Workers
    24. On which idea did Patriots and Loyalists most agree? (4 points)
    ****** Societies should organize governments to oversee citizens.
    Individual freedom is more important than group security.
    Britain provided the colonies with necessary economic support.
    Colonists could be fairly represented without a vote in Parliament.
    25. I am not responsible for paying taxes to the British king.

    Which kind of colonist most likely made this statement? (4 points)
    a Loyalist, because most Loyalists believed Britain owed payments to the colonies
    a British official, because British colonial leaders argued against the king's policies
    an undecided colonist, because both Patriots and Loyalists agreed that British taxes were fair
    ***** a Patriot, because Patriots believed they owed nothing to a government they did not choose

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  5. Damon thank you so much for your help. It's great to have the answer and it makes total sense now. You must be a teacher... Thank you thank you thank you

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  6. You are welcome. Yes, I was a teacher many years ago.

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  7. da fuq

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  8. I'm having trouble with the one about why the image's important to U.S History :(

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  9. I also need big help with question 6 :( taking a test grade 8

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