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1)For an object moving with constant positive acceleration, the displacement over a period of time could be found by taking:

a) integral of the velocity vs time graph.

b)integral of the acceleration vs time graph.

c)derivative of the velocity vs time graph.

d)derivative of the acceleration vs time graph.

2)For an object moving with constant positive velocity, the displacement vs time graph is:

a)parabolic with an intercept of zero.

b) linear with slope which is equal to the acceleration.

c)linear with slope which is equal to the velocity.

d)horizontal.

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# Graph descriptions of velocity, acceleration, speed and time

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