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1 Which line shows a speed that gets faster & faster? VELOCITY A B C D E. None of the above
2 Which VT graph shows the same motion as the DT graph? ABC VELOCITY POSITION
3 Which velocity is the fastest? A. 3 m/s B. 6 m/s C. -6 m/s D. -8 m/s
4 Which line shows a fast positive constant speed? VELOCITY A B C D E. None of the above
5 What is the total distance? VELOCITY C. 30 – 60 m A. < 10m D m B. 10 – 30 m E. > 100 m
6 Which line shows a positive acceleration? VELOCITY A B C D E. None of the above
7 Which VT graph shows the same motion as the DT graph? ABC VELOCITY POSITION
8 Which line shows slow constant negative speed? VELOCITY A B C D E. None of the above
9 How many times does the object change directions? VELOCITY C. twice A. 0 D. three times B. once E. More than 3 x
Which VT graph shows the same motion as the DT graph? ABC VELOCITY POSITION
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