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A bobsled's distance-time graph indicates that it traveled 100 m in 25 s. What is the bobsled's speed

A bobsled's distance-time graph indicates that it traveled 100 m in 25 s. What is the bobsled's speed

the body is in accelerated motion.

instantaneous acceleration* * * * *No it does not.The graph is a distance-time graph so the coordinates of a point on the graph represent the position (distance) at the specified time. The gradient of the tangent to the curve at that point represents the instantaneous radial velocity. The second derivative at that point, if it exists, would represent the acceleration.

A distance time graph would show the distance traveled.

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A bobsled's distance-time graph indicates that it traveled 100 m in 25 s. What is the bobsled's speed

the body is in accelerated motion.

instantaneous acceleration* * * * *No it does not.The graph is a distance-time graph so the coordinates of a point on the graph represent the position (distance) at the specified time. The gradient of the tangent to the curve at that point represents the instantaneous radial velocity. The second derivative at that point, if it exists, would represent the acceleration.

The displacement-time graph for uniformly accelerated motion is a curve that is concave upwards. It starts with a less steep slope and gradually becomes steeper as time progresses due to the acceleration being constant.

uniformly accelerated motion

distance = velocity x time so on the graph velocity is slope. If slope is zero (horizontal line) there is no motion

A distance time graph would show the distance traveled.

The slope of a position/time graph is the speed (magnitude of velocity).If the graph's slope is changing, that means the speed is changing, andthat would be accelerated motion.