Distance
Velocity
Acceleration
Displacement
None of the above
Displacement
Distance
Velocity
Change in velocity
Jerk
A
B
C
D
E
Object B travels the greater distance.
Object A has the greater speed.
Object A leaves the reference point at an earlier time.
Both objects have the same speed at the point where the lines cross.
Object A is travelling for a longer period of time.
Constant accelerations
Different speeds
Different velocities
Constant positions
The same displacement
A
B
C
D
E
6.67 km/h [W]
6.67 km/h [E]
24 m/s [W]
47 km/h [E]
47 km/h [W]
1.888 s
1.89 s
1.8 s
1.9 s
2 s
Displacement, average velocity
Average speed, average acceleration
Distance, average speed
Average speed, average velocity
Displacement, average speed
[S], [N]
[N], [N]
[S], [S]
[N], [S]
None of the above
All three sections of the graph are comprised of diagonal lines.
All three sections of the graph are comprised of curved lines.
Two sections of the graph are diagonal lines and one is horizontal.
All three sections of the graph are comprised of horizontal lines.
Two sections of the graph are horizontal lines and one is diagonal.
The slope of a position-time graph gives velocity.
The area under a velocity-time graph gives displacement.
The slope of a velocity-time graph gives acceleration.
The slope of the tangent in a position-time graph gives instantaneous velocity.
The area under an acceleration-time graph gives displacement.
A and B
C only
D and E
B and D
A and E