# SC 130 Quiz 08 • Name:

- __________________ A tennis ball rolling along the FSM-China Friendship Sports Center porch on the 30
^{th} of August 2007 covered 30 meters in 5.1 seconds. What was the speed of the tennis ball in meters per second?
- __________________ A ball thrown on a shallow arc in front of the physical science laboratory on the fifth of September covered 914.4 centimeters in 0.86 seconds. What was the speed of the ball in centimeters per second?
- __________________ A ball dropped in room A101 on the sixth of September fell 300.0 centimeters in 0.78 seconds. What was the average speed of the falling ball in centimeters per second?
- __________________ On the 13
^{th} of September a 5.45 gram white duck marble covered 30.0 centimeters in 0.40 seconds. What was the speed of the duck in centimeters per second?
- __________________ A 5.45 gram white duck marble covered 30.0 centimeters in 0.40 seconds. What was the momentum of the duck in gram centimeters per second?
- __________________ On the fourth of October a cloud moved nine kilometers from Kolonia to Palikir in 25 minutes. What was the speed of the cloud in meters per second?
- __________________ Suppose the 10 cycles in two seconds on a chain produces a wavelength λ = 8 centimeters. Use the formula λ × f = velocity v to calculate the velocity of the wave in centimeters per second.
- __________________ Students on the 18th of October who were 56.0 meters from the LRC banged two boards in synch with the bang board echo. 30 claps of the wood boards took 9.60 seconds. What was the speed of sound in meters per second based on this experiment?
- __________________ Last night I ran from Dolihner to the Dausokele bridge in Nett and back. I ran a total of 7.51 km in 48 minutes and 30 second. What was my pace in minutes per kilometer?
- __________________ On my 7.51 km run in 48 minutes and 30 seconds, what was my average speed in meters per second?
- The distance of an image "behind" a mirror is...

**[greater than | the same as | less than ]** (pick one)

...the distance of the object in front of the mirror.
- The apparent (image) depth of a coin in water is...

**[deeper than | the same as | shallower than ]** (pick one)

...the actual (object) depth of the coin in the water.

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