   Chapter 2.1, Problem 2.3QQ

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Section
Textbook Problem

Parts (a), (b), and (c) of Figure 2.10 represent three graphs of the velocities of different objects moving in straight-line paths as functions of time. The possible accelerations of each object as functions of time are shown in parts (d), (c), and (f). Match each velocity vs. time graph with the acceleration vs. time graph that best describes the motion.Figure 2.10 (Quick Quiz 2.3) Match each velocity vs. time graph to its corresponding acceleration vs. time graph.  (a)

To determine
The velocity graph matching with the corresponding acceleration graph.

Explanation

Acceleration is the change in velocity. Acceleration can be found from the slope of a velocity time graph. The velocity versus time graph with constant velocity has constant acceleration.

Graph (a) represents velocity versus time

(b)

To determine
The velocity graph matching with the corresponding acceleration graph.

(c)

To determine
The velocity graph matching with the corresponding acceleration graph.

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