# Graphing Motion

## Use the slope of a graph to determine instantaneous velocity or acceleration for an object.

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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Overview

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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 1

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Interpreting displacement versus time graphs
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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 2

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Determining velocity from the slope of a displacement versus time graph
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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 3

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Interpreting velocity versus time graphs
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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 4

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Determining acceleration from the slope of a velocity versus time graph
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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 5

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Determining the total distance traveled by an object by calculating the sum of the areas between the velocity versus time graph and the t-axis
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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 6

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Determining the total displacement traveled by an object by calculating the net area between the velocity versus time graph and the t-axis
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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 7

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Interpreting acceleration versus time graphs
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## Graphical Analysis of Motion - Example 8

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Determining the change in velocity by calculating the net area between the acceleration versus time graph and the t-axis
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