Q: What is the amount of displacement of a runner who runs exactly 2 laps around a 400 meter tracks?

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The answer depends on the distance for the race. A marathon runner could not maintain the speed attained by a sprint runner.

The answer depends on the distance for the race. A marathon runner could not maintain the speed attained by a sprint runner.

Four runners complete a relay race in which each runner runs twice as far as the preceding runner. Together, they run a total of 30 miles. How far did the first runner run? 2 miles. 1+2+4+8 = 15. Together tey ran 15 times as far as the 1'st one ran.

Suppose a runner covers a distance of 5322 feet in a 6 minutes and 11,531 feet in 13 minutes. So how much distance does the runner cover in 16 minutes?

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The New Balance 991 has a unique cushioning within the soles that provides energy displacement for the foot as the runner runs. This energy displacement reduces the heel strike as the runner makes contact with the ground. So when the runner runs they're more comfortable.

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A non-runner is a term used in betting such as in horse races. The definition of a non-runner is a selection that has been withdrawn from an event before it has started.

The speed of an object does not, by definition, have a direction. Speed is defined as the total distance that an object travels divided by the time that it takes the object to travel that distance. A similar concept which does have a direction is velocity. Velocity is defined as the displacement of the object (how far it has moved from its original position and the direction in which it has moved) divided by the time during which it moved. The difference between these two concepts can also be explained in terms of a runner completing a lap around a quarter-mile track. If it takes the runner three minutes to complete the lap, the runner's speed is .25miles/3minutes. The runner's velocity, however, is zero. This is because the runner starts at the same place that they end (because the track is a loop) so that at the end of the 3minutes they are back where they started which makes their displacement zero.

Not sure exactly what you're asking, but yes, you can knock a runner over by tripping into them. All it really takes is a hard shove, because a runner's feet rarely touch the ground at the same time.

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If you ever pay close attention to the base coaches, you'll notice that many of them hold a stopwatch. They do exactly what the scouts do. They time the runners. This helps the base coach determine whether or not it's safe to give the runner the sign to steal or if he can wave him around 3rd to score. The scouts, of course, use their stopwatches strictly to see how long it takes a runner to get from base to base.

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A relay race is a race in which a baton is handed from runner to runner until the baton eventually makes it all the way around the track. Each runner carries the baton a measure, and then hands it off to the next runner.