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GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS. OF MOTION. If you have a…. Distance VS Time. Object at rest… An object with no velocity & slope 0 An object that is far away An object that is closer to the reference…. Then you will have…. DISTANCE. TIME. If you have a…. An object traveling at constant speed

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## GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

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**GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS**OF MOTION**If you have a….**Distance VS Time • Object at rest… • An object with no velocity & slope 0 • An object that is far away • An object that is closer to the reference…. • Then you will have… DISTANCE TIME**If you have a….**• An object traveling at constant speed • A constant slope • A bowling ball rolling down the hall • One object traveling faster than another object • An object with a positive velocity • Then you have… Distance Time**If you have a….**• Object that is accelerating • Object that has a changingvelocity • DvsT graph with a changing slope • Object whose distance increases directly with time squared • An object falling toward earth…. • Then you will have….. Distance VS Time Distance Time**If you have a….**• Object that is traveling at a constant velocity. • A velocity VS time that has a slope of 0. • An object that is not accelerating. • An object that is traveling equaldistances in equal amounts of time. • Then you have… Velocity VS Time Velocity Time**If you have a….**Velocity VS Time • An object that is accelerating.. • An object whose velocity is directly proportional to the time… • A V vs T graph whose slope is steeper and so has a higher rate of acceleration… • Then you will have….. Velocity Time**If you have a….**• Object that has a constant acceleration • Object that has an acceleration isnot changing over time.. Acceleration VS Time Acceleration Time**DO YOU KNOW????**• Which graphs indicate the same types of motion? • What does the slope of the d vs t tells you? • What does the slope of the v vs t tells you? • What does the AUC on a v vs t tells you? • What does the AUC on an a vs t tells you?

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