Hey Ms. J this is Taylor. I think that i have physicals sciene pretty godd but i have two questions. 1. are we doing the test in the second period. 2. if the velocity is 13.0 and the time is 143m and your trying to find the acceleration would you divide to get 47.666666666 but round to 47.7
Taylor,Yes we will take the test the second class period. As for the question is the velocity 13 m/s and time 143 s? not really sure. If that is the case you would divide 143 into 13 and your answer would be 0.091 m/s^2
i can not find the answers to the worsheet on velocity
Sydney,I did not post the answers to the worksheet. I posted the answers to the practice problems I posted under misc
how do u convert 3 meter to seconds
Aris, You cannot convert meters to seconds. Please clarify the question
how do u convert your answer from 3 to meters per second
Hi Ms. James its Matthew. I have a question about the homework from Tuesday. What does m/s mean? Does it mean miles per second?
Hey, Ms. James! Thank you for the extra copies. I found my other ones...thank God! :) but I just wanted to thank you anyways!
To Matthew. m/s is meters per secondTo Aris- Number 3 on which worksheet?