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# Q6. Paste a screen shot of your simulation showing the man paused at the tree into your document. Then answer each of the parts to this question. 1. How long did you calculate it would take for the man to reach the tree? Does this agree with the simulation? 2. How is the slope of the velocity plot different than it was in the previous simulations? Why is it different?/nQ7. Paste a screenshot of your simulation showing the man paused at the tree into your document. Then answer each of the parts to this question. 1. How long did you calculate it would take for the man to reach the tree? Does this agree with the simulation? 2. What distance did the man walk? 3. What is the final displacement of the man?/nQ8. Answer each part of this question using the above plots. 1. Describe the motion and location of the man for each of the 6 main sections (A - F) of the plots. 2. Why is the slope of the position vs. time plot different for sections A & B? 3. During which sections was the man at rest? What was his displacement during each of these sections? 4. Why is the slope of the position vs. time plot positive in some places but negative in others? (hint: correlate this to the velocity vs. time plot) Q9. First we are going to compare constant velocity to constant acceleration. Do a simulation where the man moves with a velocity of 2 m/s. Next, run a simulation where the man moves with a constant acceleration of 2 m/s²./nQ9. First we are going to compare constant velocity to constant acceleration. Do a simulation where the man moves with a velocity of 2 m/s. Next, run a simulation where the man moves with a constant acceleration of 2 m/s². 1. Describe any differences in the position vs. time plots for these two simulations. Explain the reason for these differences. 2. Describe any differences in the velocity vs. time plots for these two simulations. Explain the reason for these differences./nQ10. First we are going to compare positive to negative velocity. Do a simulation where the man moves with a velocity of 2 m/s. Next, run a simulation where the man moves with a velocity of -2 m/s. 1. What is the man's speed in each of these simulations? 2. How does this difference change the direction the man walks? 3. Describe any differences in the position vs. time plots for these two simulations. Explain the reason for these differences. 4. Describe any differences in the velocity vs. time plots for these two simulations. Explain the reason for these differences.  Fig: 1  Fig: 2  Fig: 3  Fig: 4  Fig: 5