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Question #38957

Given the kinematics equation for the motion of an object falling from rest, x=.5g*t2), what kind of relationship is predicted between x and t? (select all that apply)

1) x=k*t, where k is a constant

2) x=k*t2, where k is a constant.

3) displacement, x, is proportional to time, t.

4) diplacement, x, is proportional to the square of the time, t2.

5) displacement, x, has a linear relationship with time, t.

6) displacement, x, and time, t, obey a power law.

7) x=k*t+b, where k and b are constants.

1) x=k*t, where k is a constant

2) x=k*t2, where k is a constant.

3) displacement, x, is proportional to time, t.

4) diplacement, x, is proportional to the square of the time, t2.

5) displacement, x, has a linear relationship with time, t.

6) displacement, x, and time, t, obey a power law.

7) x=k*t+b, where k and b are constants.

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