Q1: Sketch the path
of this imaginary coin, including a definition of coordinates. Label
the following points on your sketch.
Point 1 
The coin has just left your hand moving upwards 
Point 2 
The coin is about 1/4 of the way up to the top
of its path 
Point 3 
The coin is about 3/4 of the way up
to the top of its path 
Point 4 
The coin is exactly at its maximum height of about
2.5m 
Point 5 
The coin is about 1/4 of the way down from the
top of its path 
Point 6 
The coin is about 3/4 of the way down from the
top of its path 
Point 7 
The coin is just above your hand and is about
to be caught 
Q2: Assume upwards
displacement is positive. Indicate the following points on your
sketches. (In some cases there may be none, or more than one correct
point. When this is so, explain in words.)
Point A 
Maximum displacement of the coin 
Point B 
Zero displacement of the coin 
Point C 
Minimum displacement of the coin 
Point D 
Maximum velocity of the coin 
Point E 
Zero velocity of the coin 
Point F 
Minimum velocity of the coin 
Point G 
Maximum acceleration of the coin 
Point H 
Zero acceleration of the coin 
Point I 
Minimum acceleration of the coin 
Q3: From your observations
in Q2, prepare three sketch graphs: position vs. t, velocity vs.
t and acceleration vs. t for one complete toss of the coin. Align
the graphs in a colunm so that you can readily read the x,v and
a values for the same time.
Q4: In your own words,
describe how the position of the coin changes with respect to time
during the toss.
Q5: In your own words,
describe how the velocity of the coin changes with resect to time
during the toss.
Q6: In your own words,
desribe how the acceleration of the coin changes with respect to
time during the toss.
