#1
Ok. There is a problem i am having trouble with. I hope someone in the pit can help me.

The water used in many fountains is recycled. For instance, a single water particle in a fountain travels through an 85 m system and then returns to the same point. What is the displacement of a water particle during one cycle.

Ok all the problems before we had to make scale drawings to do them. I have no idea to make a scale drawing of the water cycle of a fountain. If anyone knows how to get the answer please elaborate, because i do not know. If i had to guess id say 85 m since it is returning to the same point. That just seems to obvious to me though.
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#2
The distance travelled is 85m.
The displacement is 0m, because it returned to the same point.
#4
that sounds easy enough
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Ok. There is a problem i am having trouble with. I hope someone in the pit can help me.

The water used in many fountains is recycled. For instance, a single water particle in a fountain travels through an 85 m system and then returns to the same point. What is the displacement of a water particle during one cycle.

Ok all the problems before we had to make scale drawings to do them. I have no idea to make a scale drawing of the water cycle of a fountain. If anyone knows how to get the answer please elaborate, because i do not know. If i had to guess id say 85 m since it is returning to the same point. That just seems to obvious to me though.
Since it returns to the same point, the displacement is 0. Displacement is a state variable, which means that how you get from beginning to end doesn't matter, what does matter is where the beginning and end are. Since beginning and ending are the same point, the displacement is 0.
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thanks alot
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Ok. There is a problem i am having trouble with. I hope someone in the pit can help me.

The water used in many fountains is recycled. For instance, a single water particle in a fountain travels through an 85 m system and then returns to the same point. What is the displacement of a water particle during one cycle.

Ok all the problems before we had to make scale drawings to do them. I have no idea to make a scale drawing of the water cycle of a fountain. If anyone knows how to get the answer please elaborate, because i do not know. If i had to guess id say 85 m since it is returning to the same point. That just seems to obvious to me though.

displacement measures the distance it from the end to the start, since the end of the loop is at the beginning the displacement is 0

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