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Shakina and Juliette discuss the relationship between the velocity vs. time graph and the displacement of a particle. Which of the following statements by Shakina is true? 1- "The displacement of a particle is the area between the curve of the velocity vs. time graph and the horizontal axis for a given time interval, with areas above the horizontal axis counted as positive and areas below the horizontal axis counted as negative." 2- "The displacement of a particle is the slope of the velocity vs. time graph." 3- "The displacement of a particle is the area in the first quadrant between t

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    The question above is incomplete. Shakina and Juliette discuss the relationship between the velocity vs. time graph and the displacement of a particle. Which of the following statements by Shakina is true? 1- "The displacement of a particle is the area between the curve of the velocity vs. time graph and the horizontal axis for a given time interval, with areas above the horizontal axis counted as positive and areas below the horizontal axis counted as negative." 2- "The displacement of a particle is the slope of the velocity vs. time graph." 3- "The displacement of a particle is the area in the first quadrant between the curve of the velocity vs. time graph and the horizontal axis for a given time interval." 4- "The displacement of a particle is the area in the third quadrant between the curve of the velocity vs. time graph and the horizontal axis for a given time interval."

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