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**1. The problem statement, all variables, and given/known data**

1. S = 12t, where S = displacement ant t = time (in seconds)

2. S = 490t^2, where S = displacement and t = time (in seconds)

What do the two equations mean here? I don't understand what they want to mean here. I am confused.

Could you draw the graphs in support of the two equations above?

## Homework Equations

1. S = 12t, where S = displacement ant t = time (in seconds)

2. S = 490t^2 where S = displacement and t = time (in seconds)

## The Attempt at a Solution

What I only know here S = displacement and t = time in seconds