# Secondary Mechanics/Page6: Linear Motions

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# Exercise 2.7: From zero to hundred

The test run of a new motorbike gave a rate growth from 0 to 100 km/h in 3,87 s. WORK OUT THE middle speedup and the way it put back at this speedup and this time!

# Exercise 2.8: Train ride

Easting: time t in s

Northing: speedup a in m/s^2

A train starts moving. The diagram shows the dependence of its middle speedup of time.

a) Work out the rate growth from the train after 20 s, 60 s and 80 s and draw the t-v-diagram b) Work out with the help of the t-v-diagram the way it put back for the same point of time and draw a t-x-diagram

# Exercise 2.9: Bullet

The ball of a gun should constant speed up in its barrel.

a) After what time the ball leaves the barrel b) How big is the speedup if the 18 cm long barrel will be left with 760 m/s.

# Exercice 2.10: Cavalier’s start?

At the start of a car you grab the following measured values:

Zeit t in s | Ort x in m |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

1 | 0,5 |

2 | 2 |

3 | 4,5 |

4 | 8 |

4,2 | 8,8 |

5 | 12 |

6 | 16 |

7 | 20 |

a) With which way-time-functions the movements leave themselves in time sections to 0 < t < 4 s and 4 s < t < 7 s describe?
b) Intend acceleration and the momentary speed for each point of the chart! Draw the (t) diagram! Determine from it with the help of the surface the place x(6,5 s) to t = 6.5 s!

produced by Valerie and Lisa 11B