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Distance-time graph: Example 3

Added by David Fairhurst on Feb 6, 2008

A typical distance-time graph for a moving object. Ask pupils to describe the motion of the object based on the graph data. For example, "Describe what is happening during the first 3 seconds of measurement." or "Identify areas of the graph where the object is stationary".

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