how to do velocity-time graph to distance graph/acceleration to velocity graph?


by sweetiev
Tags: distance, graph, velocity, velocitytime
sweetiev
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#1
Feb18-10, 08:48 PM
P: 3
So I understand how to draw velocity-time graph "from" distance graph and acceleration-time graph "from" velocity-time (basically the slope)

But I don't understand how to draw distance-time from velocity-time graph and velocity-time graph from distance-time graph.


Please help! how would I do that?
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Stonebridge
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Feb19-10, 03:32 AM
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Distance travelled in a particular time interval is the area under the velocity-time graph between those two times.
If the graph is a straight line (uniform or zero acceleration) then it's a simple matter.
Velocity is the area under the acceleration-time graph.


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