Practice Problems
Uniformly Accelerated Motion
Directions:
On this worksheet you will practice solving problems by using the
five basic kinematics equations
for uniformly accelerated motion.
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Question 1
Scenario #1:
A car accelerates uniformly from rest to a final speed of 24 m/sec in 7 seconds. How far does it travel during this period of acceleration?
42 meters
168 meters
336 meters
84 meters
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Question 2
What acceleration did the car is
Question 1
experience?
0.29 m/sec
^{2}
12.00 m/sec
^{2}
4.11 m/sec
^{2}
3.43 m/sec
^{2}
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Question 3
Scenario #2:
A pickup truck moving at 28 m/sec must come to a stop in a distance of 197 meters to avoid hitting a boulder that has fallen onto the road. How much time does the driver have to avoid an accident?
19.7 seconds
14.1 seconds
14.0 seconds
3.5 seconds
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Question 4
What acceleration did the truck experience in
Question 2
?
-7.00 m/sec
^{2}
-1.99 m/sec
^{2}
-1.42 m/sec
^{2}
-7.04 m/sec
^{2}
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Question 5
Scenario #3:
A row boat, starting from rest, takes 7 seconds to travel 28 meters. If the boat maintains a uniform acceleration, what will be its instantaneous velocity at the end of this intial 7-second period?
8.00 m/sec
2.65 m/sec
4.00 m/sec
7.48 m/sec
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Question 6
At the point in the stream where the boat in
Question 5
is crossing, the stream is a total of 197 meters wide. If the boat continues maintaining the final velocity it achieves at the end of 7 seconds for the remainder of the trip, how much total time will it need to reach the opposite shore?
37.3 seconds
18.6 seconds
21.1 seconds
28.1 seconds
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Question 7
What acceleration did the row boat initially experience in
Question 5
?
1.14 m/sec
^{2}
0.27 m/sec
^{2}
0.57 m/sec
^{2}
1.28 m/sec
^{2}
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Question 8
Scenario #4:
A go-cart, accelerating down a hill at 1.75 m/sec
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can travel 44 meters in 7 seconds. What was the cart's initial velocity at the top of the hill after a subtle, not so official, push-start?
0.90 m/sec
0.12 m/sec
0.20 m/sec
0.25 m/sec
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Question 9
What was the cart's final velocity when it reached the bottom of the hill?
2.5 m/sec
8.9 m/sec
12.4 m/sec
6.3 m/sec
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