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## Homework Statement

A particle starts at rest, then accelerates at a constant rate of 1 meter per second squared.

## Homework Equations

Perhaps a(t) = t

## The Attempt at a Solution

I have a series of calculus-related questions based on this statement, but first, I just want to know if the equation above, a(t)=t, and the graph below correctly represents the statement, "A particle starts at rest, then accelerates at a constant rate of 1 meter per second squared."

**EDIT:**

Or, is the correct equation for the statement: a(t) = 1

and the graph for the statement:

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