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# What is the function of a displacement can?

Updated: 12/15/2022

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Used to measure irregular objects volume.

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### If displacement is not changing as a function of time then what can we say about velocity?

If the displacement is not changing, the velocity is zero.

### Is the distance traveled a state function or path function?

Its a path function......but DISPLACEMENT is a state function.Distance depends on the path we followed from one state to another but displacement is a straight distance so it depends upon the states.

### Is distance traveled a state function or a path function?

Its a path function......but DISPLACEMENT is a state function.Distance depends on the path we followed from one state to another but displacement is a straight distance so it depends upon the states.

### Absolute value function in real life?

The displacement, from the vertical, of a child on a swing, or a pendulum.

### Can you use 10w30 mobile 1 in your 2006 Chrysler 300c with 5.7 hemi?

You can use whatever you want, but Chrysler only recommends 5w20 so the multi displacement system can function properly.You can use whatever you want, but Chrysler only recommends 5w20 so the multi displacement system can function properly.

### What is the function of spring in physics?

F = -kx where F is force, k is spring constant and x is displacement

### What is the rate of change of velocity with distance?

acceleration/decceleration it is the second derivative of a displacement vs time function

### Can displacement be greater then distance?

Distance is a function of displacement. You need to define the origininal position and the present position. The difference between them is the displacement, the distance is the measure (using accepted units) of the difference between the two.

### What is the definition of Displacement efficiency in petroleum Engineering for oil reservoir?

The displacement efficiency refers to the fraction of the oil in place that is swept from a unit volume of the reservoir. Displacement efficiency is a function of fluid viscosities and the relative permeability characteristics of the reservoir rock (mobility ratio), of the &ldquo;wettability&rdquo; of the rock, and of pore geometry.

### What does a steep slope on a displacement vs time graph indicate?

The slope of the function on a displacement vs. time graph is (change in displacement) divided by (change in time) which is just the definition of speed. A relatively steep slope indicates a relatively high speed.

### Is costheta is a vector?

No. Cos theta (Cos &theta;) is a trigonometric function. A vector is any physical quantity which has both magnitude and direction. For example, Displacement. Displacement has a magnitude like 240m or 0 or 13 m, etc. It also depends on the direction. If an object moves along the positive direction of x-axis, then the displacement will have a positive sign and if it moves along the negative direction of x-axis, then displacement will be negative. Thus, it has both direction and magnitude and so is a vector. Cos theta is a trigonometric function, strictly speaking.

### Why is displacement of displacement?

The difference between the final and the initial position of an object is called displacement. Unit of displacement is metre . Displacement &lt;= Distance always.