The graph shows the motion of a person on a bicycle.
a) When does the person have the greatest velocity?
b) When is the person on the bicycle farthest from the starting point?
c) Over what interval does the person on the bicycle travel the greatest distance?
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These are what I think the answers are:
a) section I
b) point c
c) section III
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A) Velocity = slope of p/t graph
B) When is he the furthest from 0?
C) Greatest difference in two positions
b) point C is correct
so are all of the others inorrect?
Your answer for A needs to be the steepest slope.
Your answer for C I can't determine because I don't know the numbers and can't assume that it's drawn exactly to scale. But for part C, take 2 y values and the biggest difference is your answer.
There are no exact values for the graph. I copied it exactly how it is in the book.
So would A be point section III?
oh. Then it seems that section III is the steepest slope
and for part C) What "Interval" has to be between 2 points. So B and C.