A jogger runs around a 2 km circular track as shown below. Using graph paper, draw a displacement - time graph of the continuous North vector which runs from the start axis to the jogger's current position. Identify the shape of your graph. Draw a corresponding distance - time graph for the jogger's, overall distance covered. Label important points between the 2 graphs. circular distance time (m) (s) 0 0 250 60 500 130 750 185 1000 245 1250 303 1500 366 1750 437 2000 501 also included is a circle with a perp. line inside of it . The point on the right side of the circle is labeled start/finish. Any clue on how to do this?