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## Please help me. Calculate the average travel time for each distance, and then use the results to calculate. A 6-column tab

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Please help me. Calculate the average travel time for each distance, and then use the results to calculate.

A 6-column table with 3 rows in the second, third, and fifth columns and 1 row in the other columns. The first column labeled Number of Washers has entry 1 washer mass = 4.9 grams. The second column labeled Trial has entries trial number 1, trial number 2, trial number 3. The third and fourth columns labeled Time to travel 0.25 meters t subscript 1 (seconds) have entries in the third column 2.24, 2.21, 2.23 and average in the fourth column. The fifth and sixth columns labeled time to travel 0.5 meters t subscript 2 (seconds) have entries in the fifth column 3.16, 3.08, 3.15 and in the sixth column average.

The average time that it takes for the car to travel the first 0.25m is

s.

The average time to travel just between 0.25 m and 0.50 m is

s.

Given the time taken to travel the second 0.25 m section, the velocity would be

m/s.

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Answer:⇒ 2.23

⇒ 0.90

⇒ 0.28

Explanation:Just did the problem (⌐■_■)

Answer:What is the average velocity of the car over the first 0.25m?

⇒ 0.11 m/s

What is the average velocity of the car over the second 0.25m?

⇒ 0.28 m/s

Explanation:Just did this problem! 🙂