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  1. anonymous
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    Where ??

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    |dw:1326860446078:dw|

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    the graph shows the velocity of a particle in cm/second. Find the distance traveled by the particle in the first 4 seconds

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    If it is a velocity time graph find area under the curve

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    isn't there a simpler way?

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    where you just add the distances?

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    The way you are talking about is using equations of motion now that you are given velocity time graph this is the simplest d=27.5cm

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    yes that is correct could you show me how you got it thx

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    Look at the figure again|dw:1326774715723:dw| you shall use area formula for trapezium and square

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    AWWWW I SEEE THANK YOU!

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    @ notsobright could you please explain to me why finding the area under the curve equates to finding the distance travelled?

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