Answer if the following statements are true or false:
a) Distance traveled only depends on the starting and final positions without consideration of the trajectory.
b) Distance traveled is always greater or equal than the magnitude of the displacement vector.
c) Distance traveled it is a vector.
d) As time passes, a body in motion always increases its displacement.
Distance traveled is a scalar magnitude, whereas the displacement vector is a vector magnitude.
For example, think on a roller coaster. From the moment you climb on the roller coaster to the moment you get off, your displacement would be zero, since you are at the same spot where you started your adventure, nonetheless, you would have traveled all the distance represented by the tracks.