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Hi, I'm just doing some basic m1 revision and i have one question about displacement- time graphs. I know the gradient represents the velocity, therefore if an object is accelerating with the graph be a curve for that part of motion?
I can't really find anything about it in my notes or books
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Yes, if the acceleration is constant, the displacement graph is a quadratic (t^2) and the velocity graph would be linear (t).
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/higher...on/revision/1/
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