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anonymous

  • one year ago

How would you move in front of a motion detector to create a straight- line velocity time graph that slopes up as in the graph below?

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  1. anonymous
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    here's a clue the velocity isn't constant as there is a slope

  3. anonymous
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    for a velocity - time graph to slope up as the slope of the graph is positive and the slope is constant acceleration = dv/dt slope of velocity -time graph = acceleration acceleration = constant hence , the object must move with constant positive acceleration to create a straight- line velocity time graph that slopes up Hence , this should be , you should move towards sensor while speeding up

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