Physics Review QuestionUnit:
MechanicsYear:
1997 Question#:
2Question:
A baseball pitcher throws a fastball at 42 meters per second. If the batter is
18 meters from the pitcher how much time does it take for the ball to reach the batter.(1
) 1.9s(2
) 2.3s(3
) 0.86s(4
) 0.43sWhat is this question really asking?
Explanation by: Eric D [ Return to question menu
]Answer 1
1.9s INCORRECT You divided wrong Try using return to top
Answer 2
2.3s INCORRECT You switched the numbers and divided 42 by 18. Try using . return to top
Answer 3
.86s INCORRECT You might have had the right answer of .43 you just doubled it. Try using . return to top
Answer 4
.43s CORRECT You used the formula correctly. return to top
What's this question really asking?
How do you figure out the time involved with moving objects when given speed and distance? return to top |

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