1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Members of a sky diving club were given the following data to use in planning their jumps. In the table attached, d represents the distance fallen from the rest by a sky diver in a "free-fall stable spread position" verses the time of the fall.Analyze bot qualitatively and quantitatively the motion of a sky diver using the data provided. Draw graphs for position,velocity, and acceleration vs. time. 2. Relevant equations None that i know to use. 3. The attempt at a solution I am kind of a noob at physics so this may be wrong. Quantitatively, the data is increasing, but in different rates. The position vs. time graph would therefore look like an exponential function. Qualitatively, the equation for the data (through a QUAD regression on TI-83) gave me 2.36x2+108.44x-186.32. I do not know how to figure out the velocity or acceleration vs. time graph. Honestly I have no idea if this is right. Please someone help! Thanks in advance!