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True Or False

In the position vs. time graphs above, all times are in seconds and all positions are in meters.

Which of the following statements are true about the graphs shown above? Hint: keep in mind that velocity is a vector and speed is a scalar.

The average velocity is constant in Figures C and D

The average velocity is positive in Figure E

The object is at rest all of the time in Figure F

The net displacement is negative in Figure E

The average velocity is non-zero in Figure F

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I'm guessing

1.True, derivative of the graphs give you a positive constant

2. False, slope is downwards

3. False, moves up then down

4. Don't know

5. Don't know

Some help please! Some hints

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# Homework Help: Quick Question (Position vs Time Graphs) True/False (Due soon!)

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