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- 1.
**For the graph shown above, describe the displacement, the velocity, and the acceleration of the object whose velocity (v) - time (t) graph is shown. Write your answers for the time intervals (a) 0 to 5 sec (b) 5 to 12 sec (c) 12 to 14 sec and (d) 14 to 15 sec.** - 2.
**Velocity is**- A.
The rate of change of distance

- B.
The rate of change of displacement

- C.
A measure of how fast or how slow an object moves, in a particular direction

- D.
The distance covered by an object times the time it took to cover that distance.

- 3.
**Acceleration is**- A.
The rate of change of displacement

- B.
The rate of change of velocity

- C.
Measured in kilometers per hour

- D.
The product of distance and time

- 4.
**An object moving at constant velocity has**- A.
An increasing acceleration

- B.
A decreasing acceleration

- C.
A constant, nonzero acceleration

- D.
Zero acceleration

- 5.The graph shows the displacement (x) of an object as a function of time (t). This shows an object that
- A.
Is statonary.

- B.
Is moving at constant velocity.

- C.
Is moving at constant acceleration.

- 6.
**The graph shows the velocity (v) of an object as time (t) passes by. The object is**- A.
Stationary.

- B.
Moving at constant velocity.

- C.
Moving at constant acceleration.

- 7.The graph shows the velocity (v) of an object as a function of time (t). This represents an object
- A.
That starts from rest.

- B.
That is moving at constant velocity.

- C.
That is moving at constant acceleration.

- D.
Whose velocity is increasing at a constant rate.

- E.
Whose velocity is increasing at a changing rate.

- 8.The graph shows how the acceleration (a) of an object behaves as a function of time (t). this represents an object
- A.
That is stationary.

- B.
That is moving at constant velocity.

- C.
That has zero acceleration.

- 9.From the given graph- if x represents displacement and t represents time, then the slope of the graph represents
- A.
The velocity at any time.

- B.
The acceleration at any time.

- C.
The velocity only at the start of the motion.

- D.
The velocity right before the end of the motion.

- 10.For the object whose graph is shown, check all the information below that is correct.
- A.
The object started from rest.

- B.
The object is at rest from t=60 to t=90 seconds.

- C.
The object is slowing down from t=50 to t=60 seconds.

- D.
The object changed direction only at the times at t=50 and t=90 seconds.

- E.
The object had an acceleration at t=50 seconds.

- F.
The object comes back to where it started at the end of 110 seconds.

- 11.For the graph shown, check all boxes that contain correct information.
- A.
It is moving at constant velocity from A to B.

- B.
It is accelerating from B to C.

- C.
It is at rest from C to D.

- D.
It is moving away from its starting point from A through D, and is coming back to its starting point from D to E.

- E.
The magnitude of the velocity is larger from B to C, compared to the velocity from D to E.

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