1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi everybody. I just started grade 11 physics, and I'm having some serious trouble translating P-T graphs to V-T graphs. I really just can't seem to grasp the concept of this. It also doesn't help that I'm doing an online course and we're not being taught anything. The experiment has a ball being dropped from 10 different heights, and the effect of how long it takes the ball to reach the ground. I have to turn this graph into a V-T graph. Here it is: The height is on the x-axis because it is controlled. The time is what is being measured. I've tried to convert it, but I really can't grasp the concept of it. Can anyone help? Thanks.