anonymous
  • anonymous
I am having trouble drawing a velocity graph from this acceleration graph
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@.Sam.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ll help you acceleration represents slope of the velocity time graph so for a constant velocity, the acceleration is zero.. hence the two graphs look like below |dw:1377600551655:dw| Next, if the velocity is increasing linearly, slope is a constant and hence the acceleration is a constant.. and so you get something like this|dw:1377600642704:dw| now finally, if the velocity is increasing at a constant rate, the graph is parabola, and slope of a parabolic graph is always a straight line.. and so you will get something like this |dw:1377600759982:dw| (sorry for that really weird shaped parabola, stupid mouse :P)

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