Q: What does a velocity-time graph tell us?

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The object is accelerating

There is a dot on the graph

This question cannot be answered because there is no graph to tell where the y-intercept is.

Of course yes. An object is stationary when the graph is horizontal in a displacement-time graph.

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The gradient of a distance-time graph gives the object's speed.

The object is accelerating

There is a dot on the graph

to tell them why you made this graph

First they all tell you the percentages of something and they tell you peoples opinion on things.

The graph "moved" up the page (or screen).

sine graph will be formed at origine of graph and cosine graph is find on y-axise

The y-intercept on a position vs. time graph represents the initial position where the object started. It is the value of the position when time is zero.

A double bar graph would tell us.

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