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For Position vs. Time Graphs Shape and slope of lines on the graph--give meaning. positive velocity results in a line of constant and positive slope when plotted as a position-time graph. Result: motion described as a constant. we can interpret the velocity.say of +10 m/s. rightward (+) velocity . . constant. Time.Position vs.

a car that is moving rightward but speeding up or accelerating. changing velocity . Result: a motion described as a changing.that is. (QUADRATIC) .Accelerating Motion rightward (+). positive velocity results in a line of changing and positive slope when plotted as a position-time graph.

Review Constant Velocity Positive Velocity Positive Velocity Changing Velocity (acceleration) .

Importance of Slope – P vs. t Remember slope of a line? Slope reveals info about velocity “As the slope goes. so goes the velocity” Constant Velocity=Constant Slope (straight line) Velocity changes=slope changes (curved line) Velocity is positive = slope is positive (moving upwards and to the right) Steeper slope. faster velocity .

Rightward(+) Constant Velocity .Which Has a Greater Velocity? Slow. Rightward(+) Constant Velocity Fast.

Leftward(-) Constant Velocity . Leftward(-) Constant Velocity Fast.Negative Slope Slow.

Back to Curved Slope Lines Curved Lines = changing slope = acceleration Starts with a small slope Ends with a large slope What does this say about it’s velocity in the beginning and the end? .

5 m/s. T graph look like? . then stops and walks back at 1.Example: If Paul walks three meters at 1 m/s. what would the P vs.

positive velocity results in a line of zero slope (a horizontal line has zero slope Slope for V vs.Velocity vs.say of +10 m/s . T = acceleration constant. Time Graph Note that a motion described as a constant. rightward (+) velocity .

corresponding to the positive acceleration rightward (+).Accelerated Motion A car that is moving rightward but speeding up or accelerating. changing velocity . The slope of the line is positive.

Review Positive Velocity Zero Acceleration Positive Velocity Positive Acceleration .

t Slope of a velocity-time graph reveals info about the acceleration.Meaning of Slope V vs. zero = straight line (zero slope) Positive acceleration. negative slope (downward sloping line) . Acceleration. positive slope (upward line) Negative acceleration.

if it lies above zero. Negative direction if it lies below zero. . Can be speeding up or slowing down. it changes direction.Positive and Negative Positive direction. If it crosses over zero on x-axis.

Example If Paul walks three meters at 1 m/s.5 m/s. T graph look like? . then stops and walks back at 1. what would the V vs.

Speed up: moving away from 0-velocity line Slowing down: moving towards the 0-velocity line. The number itself is key. From 3 m/s to 9 m/s or from -3 m/s to -9 m/s.Speeding up or Slowing down? Speeding up if the magnitude (numerical value) of velocity is getting larger. . not the sign or direction.

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