The closest end of an object to the motion sensor defines its position.
For this experiment, the x-coordinate of the cart is defined as
A. the length of the cart.
B. all answers are correct.
C. the distance the cart moves in one second.
D. the reading on a tape measure attached to the track. The end of the cart opposite the motion sensor defines the cart's x-coordinate.
E. the reading on a tape measure attached to the track. The end of the cart facing the motion sensor defines the cart's x-coordinate.
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