Quote by rayj098
Most of it. So lets say I had these two graphs:
How would I find distance traveled, displacement, speed and velocity from these graphs?
I would appreciate it if you could show your work.
Thanks in advance.

You start by drawing vertical lines from each of the corners of the graph  where you have drawn dots/plotted points.
In the first case this divides the whole thing into a series of triangles and rectangles, which are easy to find the area of.
In Part 1 Sections A,B & C are above the time axis, so represent positive areas for displacement.
Sections D, E & F are below the axis, so represent negative areas for displacement.
Lets pretend the areas under A,B&C was 200, and the Areas fro section D,E&F was 300
That would represent a total displacement of 300, but a distance covered of 500
Since the time was 720 seconds, that would mean average velocity = 100/720 while the average speed would be 500/720
Similar working for part 2 except you have to estimate some areas as the bounding line in some cases is a curve.
If you know the equation of the curve, you could use integration but in physics we usually use either a "counting the squares" technique, or approximate to triangles/rectangles.