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Ok, a little help with this speed measurement...In a minute I'll put a graph up

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Ok this is the graph, how fast is the car going from A-B and how fast is the car going from B-C?
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do you know a formula for speed?
Speed =Distance / time?

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distance = rate x time
and i cant see any specific value on the graph
Are you supposed to answer in variable terms?
I know, thats the problem Im having... and maybe variables?
the distance covered from B to C is what? ignore the time part, how much does the distance change?
Well If I was to put up markers, about 2/3 as much as A-B... I really am uninformed in this topic...
the orientation of the chart might be confusing |dw:1351868677072:dw|
how fast do you have to be going to not move?
Not very lol, 0mph?
:) so at least from B to C, the speed is zero
But in A-B your distance variable is going up right?
correct, you are changing your distance from A to B by constant rate, and if we were able to have some points of reference we would be able to determine the speed by finding the slope of the line from A to B
are the point values for A and B given in a different part of the problem set?
Uh no, that graph is the only information ive been given
Other than the problems I typed
then the only thing we can really deduce is that the speed from A to B is greater than zero :)
Alrighty then=) ">0" will have to do=)
Thanks for your help again amistre=) should be my last question for the day lol
youre welcome ;)

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