A cart travels down a ramp at an average speed of 5.00 centimeters/second. What is the speed of the cart in miles/hour?


Answer 1
Answer: A cart travels down a ramp at an average speed of 5.00 centimeters/second. What is the speed of the cart in miles/hour?   To solve this problem we have set the conversion values to determine the product during the conversion process.
1.   1 centimeter = 0.00000621371 mile
2.    1 hour = 60 minutes 3.    1 minute = 60 seconds
Thus, we shall have
1.   5 cm x 0.00000621371 mile/1cm = 0.000031069 mi
2.   0.000031069 seconds x 1 hr / 3600 = 0.111846815 miles / hr  

Answer 2


about 2 miles an hour


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If the 50.0 kg boy were in a spacecraft 5r from the center of the earth, what would his weight be? (use the 50.0 kg boy for significant figures)


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A well hole having a diameter of 5 cm is to be cut into the earth to a depth of 75 m. Determine the total work (in joules) required to raise the earth material to the surface if the average mass of 1 m is 1830 kg. (Data: g = 9.81 m/s) (Hint: How much work is required to raise a volume of ad/4 x dx from a depth of x feet to the surface?



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diameter = 5 cm

depth = 75 m

density = 1830 kg/m³

to find out

the total work


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volume =

volume =


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w =

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A car traveling 75 km/h slows down at a constant 0.50 m/s2 just by "letting up on the gas." calculate (a) the distance the car coasts before it stops, (b) the time it takes to stop, and (c) the distance it travels during the first and fifth seconds.


The distance covered in the fifth second is 23.05 m.

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75 × 1000/3600 = 20.8 m/s

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At 1st convert km/h to m/s. 1 km = 1000 m, 1 h = 3600 s, 1 km/m = 1000/3600 = 5/18 m/s  

Initial velocity = 75 * 5/18 = 20.8 m/s  

The car’s velocity decreases from 20.8 m/s to 0 m/s at the rate of 0.5 m/s each second. We have the final velocity, initial velocity, and the acceleration.  

Now according to the equation determine the distance.  

vf^2 = vi^2 + 2 * a * d  

a = -0.5 m/s^2  

0 = 20.8^2 + 2 * -0.5 * d  

so d = 431.64 m  

since we have the final velocity, initial velocity, and the acceleration. Use the following equation to determine time.  

vf = vi + a * t  

0 = 20.8 – 0.5 * t  

Solve for t = 41 seconds  

(c) the distance travels by it during the first and fifth second are.  

d = vi * t + ½ * a * t^2  

d1 = 20.8 * 1 – ½ * 0.5 * 1^2 = 20.55 m  

The easiest way to the distance for the 5th second is:

d = vi * t + ½ * a * t^2, a = -0.5  

d5 = 20.8 * 5 – ½ * 0.5 * 5^2 = 91.5 m  

d6 = 20.8 * 6 – ½ * 0.5 * 6^2 =  106.8m

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