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Steps to determining v vs. t curve from s vs. t curve (1)draw a set of axes (v vs t) directly under the s vs. t curve (2)locate all minimums, maximums, asymptotes, and inflection points (3)plot zero value points for each corresponding min, max or asym (4) plot mins or maxes for each inflection point

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negative slope start negative but get closer to zero but flattening out

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minimum = zero slope must cross time axis (i.e. v=0)

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positive slope but becoming steeper Start at zero and increase

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positive slope but becoming steeper start out flat slope stops becoming steeper and begins to flatten out This is known as an inflection point and corresponds to a local maximum on velocity vs. time curve slope stays + just not as steep

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positive slope but becoming flatter start out steep slope flattens out as much as it is going to another inflection point corresponds to a relative minimum then slope becomes steeper

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positive slope continues to become steeper start out steep

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Region 1 – negative slope so negative velocity Region 2 – positive slope so positive velocity but inflection point where slope maxes out Region 3 – positive slope so positive velocity but inflection point where slope is minimized Region 4 – positive slope so positive velocity, no special points so velocity continues to rise

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s v a inf max inf

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