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displacement vs. time

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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1327899431413:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    what's happening in terms of velocity and acceleration

  3. anonymous
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    |dw:1327900379617:dw| where v = the slope of your graph

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    and acce. is zero.

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    displacement vs time, slope is equal to the velocity

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    |dw:1327900491832:dw| this "v"

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    why is acceleration 0 tho? isnt it constant

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    nope, if acc. is constant then velocity must change. which is not happening here

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    ur disp. vs time graph is a straight line means its slope is constant. n slope represents velocity. so if velocity is constant then there is no acc.

  10. anonymous
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    oh right im sorry i forgot i was paying attention to another graph. Do you mind if i show it

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    yeah.

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    i mean i won't mind.

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    are you asking for the difference between them?

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    |dw:1327900775580:dw|

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    yeas, now in this graph acc is constant..

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    in the last one, was velocity decreasing constantly?

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    depending how it is displayed on a graph displacement may be instantaneous or constant either decreasing or increasing

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    if i summarized it correctly i think that is what it said

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    in the last one velocity does decrese with time whike acceleration remains the same

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