1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi. For this assignment, I was told to create a V-T graph with my own values (this doesn't have to make sense in the real world). The assignment says that a ball rolls on the floor, up a ramp, back down the ramp, and backwards along the floor. Here is the diagram: https://tcdsb.elearningontario.ca/content/enforced2/4140033-EL_SCI_SPH3U1-21_981230_Summer1314/SPH3UCU01/SPH3UCU01A03/images/image12.jpeg?_&d2lSessionVal=4vs9HNh5MsF4f7V1pZib3bJfw&ou=4140033 Here is my diagram with values (again it doesn't have to make real world sense): Here is my D-T graph: Now I must turn it into a V-T graph. 2. The attempt at a solution Here is my failed attempt at making it into a V-T graph: I know it is wrong. I know from 0-8 seconds, that portion of the graph is right. The velocity from 0 to 8 seconds is constant. The ball is rolling at 3 m/s. But after that I start to get confused. From 8 to 14 seconds, the velocity is never constant (I don't think). It is curved at every instance. The same goes from 14 seconds to 17 seconds. It is also curved like the portion from 8-14 seconds, but this time it is moving backwards, and at a faster velocity. I think the velocity from 17-19 seconds, however, is constant. The rise/run is exactly -12, so I think that the line from 17-19 seconds should instead be flat. I think I've covered everything I vaguely know, but I still don't know how to turn this thing into a proper V-T graph. If anyone could help, it'd be greatly appreciated, thanks.