# None of these is right constant accelera6on constant

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Unformatted text preview: t Kinema6cs And integra6on of the accelera6on yields the change in velocity a tf Area = adt ∫ ti t € = (v f − v i ) We have to be careful about what is being ploJed Is it displacement? velocity? accelera6on? Which velocity- versus- 6me graph goes with this posi6on- versus- 6me graph on the lem? A B C D Which velocity- versus- 6me graph goes with this posi6on- versus- 6me graph on the lem? A A B B C C D D velocity This velocity graph shows an object 6me A.  Moving toward the origin at a constant rate, then away at a constant rate B.  Moving away then toward, at constant rates. C.  Moving toward speeding up, then away slowing down. D.  Moving away speeding up, then toward slowing down E.  None of these is righ...
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