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MCAT-GRAPHS

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x vs. t : slope instantaneous velocity
x vs. t: upward slope positive velocity (moving to the right)
x vs. t: downward slope negative velocity (moving to the left)
x vs. t: curved line changing slope --> acceleration
x vs. t: area beneath curve no sig
x vs. t: straight line constant velocity if sloped, not moving if horizontal straight line
v vs. t: upward slope positive acceleration
v vs. t: downward slope negative acceleration
v vs. t: area under curve displacement
v vs. t: slope instantaneous "a"
v vs. t: what indicates moving to the right? anything above x-axis
v vs. t: what indicates moving to the left? anything below x-axis
v vs. t: horizontal straight line constant velocity (no acceleration)
General rule for x vs. t / v vs. t graphs, straight line? constant "a" and constant "v"
General rule for x vs. t / v vs. t graphs, curved line? changing "a" and constant "v"
When x is independent of y, x is ______ for all y. constant
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