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The graph shows how the distance varies with time for A a person taking their dog for a walk. Which part of the graph, A, B, C or D shows them taking a break from the walk?

A

B

C

D

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Velocity can be found from the

area under a displacement-time graph

area under a force-time graph

gradient of a displacement-time graph

gradient of an acceleration-time graph

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Acceleration can be found from the

area under a distance-time graph.

area under a velocity-time graph.

gradient of a distance-time graph.

gradient of a velocity-time graph.

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The velocity-time graph for an object is shown.

The initial acceleration of the object is

0.40 m s

^{-2}0.50 m s

^{-2}2.0 m s

^{-2}9.0 m s

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Look carefully at the graph again. The displacement of the object during the deceleration is

29 m

-29 m

15 m

-15 m

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The graph shows how velocity varies with time for an object.

The total distance travelled by the object in 4 seconds is

20 m

40 m

60 m

80 m

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Look at the graph again. The acceleration at 3 s is

10 m s

^{-2}7 m s

^{-2}5 m s

^{-2}0 m s

^{-2} - Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.
Distance travelled can be found from the

area under a velocity-time graph

area under an acceleration-time graph

gradient of a force-time graph

gradient of a velocity-time graph

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A ball is thrown straight up in the air and caught when it comes down. Which graph best shows the velocity of the ball from the moment it is released until just before it is caught?

A

B

C

D

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This time, a ball is dropped to the ground and caught when it bounces up again. Which of the following graphs shows the velocity of the ball?

HINT: THINK ABOUT CONVENTIONS HERE, AND DON'T PICK THE 'DISTRACTOR'

A

B

C

D

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A moving object has (constant), non-zero acceleration. Which velocity-time graph correctly shows this?

A

B

C

D

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A student throws a ball vertically upwards and catches it after 4 s. The student’s data is used to plot a velocity-time graph for the ball. Using the graph, what is the acceleration of the ball?

7.5 m s

^{-2}-7.5 m s

^{-2}3.8 m s

^{-2}-3.8 m s

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With reference to the same graph, what is the total distance travelled by the ball?

0 m

15 m

30 m

60 m

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The graph shows the variation in displacement 's' with time 't' for an object. At which point, A, B, C or D does the object have maximum velocity?

A

B

C

D

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LOOK CAREFULLY AT WHAT THE GRAPH IS HERE!!

A car accelerates uniformly from rest along a straight road. Which graph shows the variation of displacement

*x*of the car with time*t*?A

B

C

D

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A tennis ball falls freely, in air, from the top of a tall building. Which graph best represents the variation with time t of the distance s fallen?

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A football is dropped from the top of a tall building.

Which acceleration-time graph best represents the motion of the football through the air?

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A ball is released from rest at time zero. After 1.0 s it bounces inelastically from a horizontal surface and rebounds, reaching the top of its first bounce after 1.5 s.

What is the total displacement of the ball from its original position after 1.5 s?

1.25 m

3.75 m

5.00 m

6.25 m