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*i got it right on the test.</span>

**Answer:**

mistakes I guess lol don't take serious

**Answer:**

Distance is a scalar quantity while displacement is a vector quantity

**Explanation:**

A scalar quantity represents only the magnitude and does not give any detail about the direction of the quantity for example distance. Distance can be any length measured in any direction (no specific direction)

However, a vector quality represents both the magnitude and direction. For instance displacement is a vector quantity. If direction is not defined then displacement becomes equal to distance.

<span>14 m/s
Assuming that all of the energy stored in the spring is transferred to dart, we have 2 equations to take into consideration.
1. How much energy is stored in the spring?
2. How fast will the dart travel with that amount of energy.
As for the energy stored, that's a simple matter of multiplication. So:
20 N * 0.05 m = 1 Nm = 1 J
For the second part, the energy of a moving object is expressed as
KE = 0.5 mv^2
where
KE = Kinetic energy
m = mass
v = velocity
Since we now know the energy (in Joules) and mass of the dart, we can substitute the known values and solve for v. So
KE = 0.5 mv^2
1 J = 0.5 0.010 kg * v^2
1 kg*m^2/s^2 = 0.005 kg * v^2
200 m^2/s^2 = v^2
14.14213562 m/s = v
So the dart will have a velocity of 14 m/s after rounding to 2 significant figures.</span>

**Answer:**

Yes

**Explanation:**

This is what i think don't pressure if i am wrong