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Interpreting Graphs of Motion

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This car is NOT moving at a constant speed! You can tell because the line is not straight.

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The steepness of the line tells you how fast the object is moving. SLOWER FASTER The steeper the line, the faster the motion.

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Portions of the line that are parallel to the X-axis show an object that is not moving. NOT MOVING

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If the line slopes downward, the object is moving backwards. The object is moving backward here!

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Figure out the Distance and Time for the part of the graph being asked about. Using the Graph to Calculate Distance = 55 km Time = 70 min. 55km 70min. 0.79 km/min. =

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I. Graphing Motion A.Can be shown on a line graph a.Plot distance against time b.Time: horizontal axis, x-axis (across) c.Distance: vertical axis, y-axis.

I. Graphing Motion A.Can be shown on a line graph a.Plot distance against time b.Time: horizontal axis, x-axis (across) c.Distance: vertical axis, y-axis.

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