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The rate of change of distance
The rate of change of displacement
A measure of how fast or how slow an object moves, in a particular direction
The distance covered by an object times the time it took to cover that distance.
The rate of change of displacement
The rate of change of velocity
Measured in kilometers per hour
The product of distance and time
An increasing acceleration
A decreasing acceleration
A constant, nonzero acceleration
Zero acceleration
Is statonary.
Is moving at constant velocity.
Is moving at constant acceleration.
Stationary.
Moving at constant velocity.
Moving at constant acceleration.
That starts from rest.
That is moving at constant velocity.
That is moving at constant acceleration.
Whose velocity is increasing at a constant rate.
Whose velocity is increasing at a changing rate.
That is stationary.
That is moving at constant velocity.
That has zero acceleration.
The velocity at any time.
The acceleration at any time.
The velocity only at the start of the motion.
The velocity right before the end of the motion.
The object started from rest.
The object is at rest from t=60 to t=90 seconds.
The object is slowing down from t=50 to t=60 seconds.
The object changed direction only at the times at t=50 and t=90 seconds.
The object had an acceleration at t=50 seconds.
The object comes back to where it started at the end of 110 seconds.
It is moving at constant velocity from A to B.
It is accelerating from B to C.
It is at rest from C to 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.
The magnitude of the velocity is larger from B to C, compared to the velocity from D to E.