You can't determine velocity from that graph, because the graph tells you
nothing about the direction of the motion. But you can determine the speed.
The speed at any moment is the slope of a line that's tangent to the graph
at that moment.
The change in velocity is the area under the graph from t1 to t2. If the initial velocity is zero, the velocity at time, tf, is the area from t = 0 to tf.
Momentum = (mass) times (velocity)mass = (Momentum) divided by (velocity)
Acceleration is change in velocity per unit time(derivative of velocity with respect to time). If you have a graph or chart of velocity values vs time, then you can calculate (change in velocity) / (change in time). This is the slope of the graph at a specific point in time.Mass, along with acceleration determines force.
It is not possible to sketch anything using this browser. The speed of a body cannot be determined from a distance-time graph. The slope of the graph is a measure of the radial velocity - that is the speed directly towards or directly away from the starting point. However, there is absolutely no information of any motion in a transverse direction. Since motion in this direction cannot be assumed to be 0, the distance-time graph cannot be used to determine speed.
average velocity is distance/time (metres per second) precise velocity can be calculated from a maths expression such as d = t^2 where velocity is slope of graph at any point , using differential calculus
Displacement can be found by the area underneath the line of a velocity vs. time graph. This area can be found by using a definite integral if you know calculus, or if not it can be found simply by counting squares, or finding the area of triangles etc. Hope it helped :)
Using the equation of motion v = u + at. v-the final velocity, u - initial velocity a- acceleration and t-the time.
The graph that displays data using line segments is a line graph.
There are many ways to graph 6.5t like using a bar graph, a pictograph or a line graph. When using a pictograph you will find the time and times it by how much.
a bar graph is a graph that displays data using bars and a line graph is a graph that displays data in a line
The average speed of an moving object is determined by using the formula velocity=distance/time or v=d/t.
A line graph.
how can you draw a coordinate graph using feet and meters
Using the Pythagorean theorem, we can determine the actual velocity in the xy plane to be (the square root of 41) m/s along the vector [5,4].
A pie chart, also known as a circle graph, shows categorical data using percentages. A bar graph shows categorical data using whole numbers.
A displacement time graph is a graph that consists of an x and y axis using displacement, by time.
A concrete graph is a graph that records, organizes, and displays data using objects on a mat with appropriate labels.
circle graph= a graph that represents data using sections of a circle. The sum of the percents in a circle graph is 100o/o
A bar graph
Graph both and where they cross is the answer to both.
a graph where a function is described without using specific values
Momentum = (mass) x (velocity)Divide each side of the equation by (velocity) :(mass) = Momentum/(velocity)
Not quite. You can use a vertical line test on the graph of the inverse mapping, OR you can use a horizontal line test on the original graph. The horizontal line test is used in the same way.
13 cm/s Good luck on the Island
A pie graph is best for using to show percentages.