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Q: A car is stopped at a traffic light It then travels along a straight road so that its distance from the light is given by 3 2 ct bt t x where 2 2 ms 120 0 and?
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If you plot the distance that light travels on the graph and it travels at a speed of 300000 kilometers per second what is the slope of the graph?

If you are plotting distance versus time it is a straight line with slope 300000


How would you define straight?

A point that travels a distance without any angular deviation.


When are displacement and distance equal?

Displacement and distance are numerically equal if an object travels in a straight line. However, when indicating displacement, the direction should also always be indicated.


How do you explain that light travels in straight line?

you say light travels in a straight line


How far an object travels is called what?

Distance is how far an object travels.


Light travels in straight paths called?

light travels in straight paths called rays


Does light travels in straight line?

Yes because, Light travels in a straight path called a light ray.


What is the distance it travels per unit time?

Its speed is the distance it travels per unit time.


Why does density affect distance?

The MORE density an object has, the LESS distance it travels. The LESS density an object has, the MORE distance it travels.


How do you know that a moving object is accelerate?

Either one of the following observations tells you that an object is accelerating: -- Three points in the object's path are not in a straight line. -- The distance the object travels in a period of time is not the same as the distance it travels in another period of the same duration.


Determine the units of a caterpillar's speed if you measure the distance the catapillar travels in centimeters and the time it takes to travel this distance in minutes?

determine the units of a caterpillar's speed if you measure the distance the caterpillar travels in centimeters and the time it takes to travels this distance in minute


How can light travel in straight lines?

Light travels faster than air. Its beam are straight so that it travels through holes.


What travels in a straight line and travels the fastest?

Light the electromagnetic wave.


How does distance and time affect the speed at which something travels?

Because distance/time = the speed at which something travels.


The distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year is called?

the distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year is called


How does the surface affect the distance travelled by the car?

It doesn't as far as the car itself is concerned. If the car travels 100 miles on a straight road or the same amount on a curvy road the car still travels 100 miles even though on the curvy road it may have only traveled 80 miles as measured in a straight line.


What kind of light travels in a straight line?

All light travels as a wave


who can anser me The distance light travels in a year is called?

The distance light travels in a year is called light-year


What is the straight line which light travels in a straight line called?

Trajectory


Which of these travels the shortest distance in air alpha or beta or gamma?

alpha travels a short distance than all others


Length of the path an object travels?

The length of the path an object travels is distance. The shortest distance between the initial and final positions is displacement.


What is the acceleration of a car that travels in a straight line at a constant speed of 110 km h?

The acceleration of an object that travels in a constant straight line velocity is zero.


What planet travels the most distance around the solar system?

Neptune travels the most distance per revolution around the Sun.


What is the astronomical measure of distance called?

Lightyears, the distance light travels in a year. Light travels roughly 186,000 miles a second.


What is the magnitude of the displacement of a car that travels half a lap along a circle that has a radius of 175 m?

Displacement is the straight line distance between two points. If the two points are a half a lap apart on a circular path then the straight line distance is the diameter of the circle; 350 m. What that means is that displacement describes only the relationship between end position and starting position, so the car stops at a point on the opposite side of the circle, 350m from the start. Displacement is not necessarily distance traveled. If the car had gone completely around the circle and stopped where it started, the displacement would be zero, even though it has traveled nearly 1100 m.