Homework Statement:: v-t graphing Homework Equations:: no equation
hi
how can i draw velocity - time graph to determine whetere this particle has ever exceeeded the 30 km/h velocity or not ?
First of all, let's check if you have the conceptual understanding of the relationship between displacement-time graph, and velocity-time graph. Do you know the relationship between those two graphs? Or more importantly, do you know how to find the velocity if you are given a displacement over a time period?
The graph gives you a hint on what you need to get a rough estimate of the velocity, i.e. it gives you a measure of the displacement Δx and the time for that displacement Δt.
Actually, if you understand the relationship that zapper has asked you about, you don't even NEED another graph, you can just glance at the one you have and have your answer pretty much immediately.