Analysis and conclusions: (total of 25 points) in your own words, write an analysis of the differences between the acceleration rate of objects on earth versus objects in the vacuum of space. be sure to include terminology from the lesson and direct references to your data.
both are at the side of the spectrum that has the lower frequency
first of all, you haven't said anything about what direction the car is going, so we're only talking about speed here, not velocity.
take these two fractions: (1 hour/3600 sec) and (1000 meter/0.621 mile)
each of those fractions is exactly equal to ' 1 ', because it has the exact same thing on top and bottom. so i can multiply any quantity by them, without changing the value of the quantity, only the units.
i'm going to take your 80 mile/hour, multiply it by those 2 fractions, then simplify everything:
speed = (80 mile/hour) x (1 hour/3600 sec) x (1,000 meter/0.621 mile)
speed = (80·1·1000 / (1·3600·0.621) (mile-hour-meter/hour-sec-mile)
speed = (80,000 / 2235.6) (meter / sec)
speed = 35.78 meters per second
there are many many of those. here are a few:
-- i get paid on my job.
-- dates numbered from 1 to 28 .
-- i receive a social security check.
-- i receive a small pension payment from bp.
-- i make payments on my home mortgage and car insurance.
-- if there is any balance due on my credit card, i pay that too.
note: any answer that says anything about the moon is incorrect. the moon's period of orbital revolution is 27.32 days, and the period of its full set of phases is 29.53 days, so there's nothing about the moon that always happens once and only once in a month. for example, there can be either one or two new moons or full moons in the same month, and although it's rare, mathematically difficult, and unusual, you can have a february with no new moon in it, or a february with no full moon in it.