Q: A radio controlled car rolls 10 m south then reverses direction and rolls 8 m north The car has traveled a distance of 18 m and has a displacement of m south?

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YES ---- Explanation: An isometry is a distance-preserving mapping. . Geometric figures which can be related by an isometry are called congruent. Reflection preserves distance so it is an isometry. It reverses orientation so it is called an indirect orientationl

Absolutely. That's exactly the situation of a rubber ball that was tossed straight up, at the instant when it's at the top of its arc. Any object that's not connected to anything else and is rising or falling has constant acceleration ... the acceleration of gravity. If it was originally launched upward, then it eventually runs out of steam, stops, reverses direction, and starts moving down. At that instant during its constant acceleration, its velocity is zero.

Yes. After the first factor pair. Ex.1x13,13x1

Pairs of positive integer factors of 85 are: 1 x 85 = 85 5 x 17 = 85 And their reverses.

Pairs of positive integer factors of 27 are: 1 x 27 = 27 3 x 9 = 27 And their reverses.

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Displacement and acceleration are zero at the instant the mass passes through its "rest" position ... the place where it sits motionless when it's not bouncing. Velocity is zero at the extremes of the bounce ... where the expansion and compression of the spring are maximum, and the mass reverses its direction of motion.

Any wind system on a continental scale that seasonally reverses its direction is a monsoon system. It affects large climatic regions.

The magnetic field reverses direction.

If the motion is on a straight line and the impulse reverses the direction, the impulse will follow the same direction as the final motion.

The circuitry "remembers" the previous direction and reverses that direction.

which wind system reverses its direction seasonally

An "Alternating Current" (AC).

AC (alternating current).