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**Distance**–**Time Graphs**. Introduction Information about movement can be
presented in a number of ways. Data for the total **distance** moved at different
times . Jan 3, 2014 **. ** Ah, Bob's up to his old tricks again. Can't blame him though, can you. Bob's
Speed-**Time graph** & acceleration conclusion: . Motion is a change in position measured by **distance** and **time**. • Speed. If an
object is not moving, a horizontal line is shown on a **distance**-**time graph**. **Time** is
. Students will interpret **distance** vs. **time graphs** to assess relative speed of an
object and the directions of motion. Content statements: A horizontal line means . Create a **graph** of a runner's position versus **time** and watch the runner complete
a 40-yard dash based on the **graph** you made. Notice the connection between . Lesson 3 focuses on the use of position vs. **time graphs** to describe motion. As
we will learn, the specific features of the motion of objects are demonstrated by .

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**Distance**–**Time Graphs**. Introduction Information about movement can be
presented in a number of ways. Data for the total **distance** moved at different
times . Jan 3, 2014 **. ** Ah, Bob's up to his old tricks again. Can't blame him though, can you. Bob's
Speed-**Time graph** & acceleration conclusion: . **Graphs** are pictorial representations of data. In other words, **graphs** can show us
a picture of data. Plotting the position or **distance** over **time** can tell you a lot . The slope on a velocity-**time graph** represents the acceleration of an object. The
**distance** travelled is equal to the area under a velocity-**time graph**.**Distance**-**Time**. **Graphs**. Mathematics Assessment Resource Service. Interpret
**distance**–**time graphs** as if they are pictures of situations rather than abstract.Apr 20, 2015 **. ** **Distance**-**time graphs** can also be used to represent journeys, and on the x-
axis, the slope or gradient of the **graph** = **distance** / **time**, or speed. Motion is a change in position measured by **distance** and **time**. • Speed. If an
object is not moving, a horizontal line is shown on a **distance**-**time graph**. **Time** is
. Students will interpret **distance** vs. **time graphs** to assess relative speed of an
object and the directions of motion. Content statements: A horizontal line means . Create a **graph** of a runner's position versus **time** and watch the runner complete
a 40-yard dash based on the **graph** you made. Notice the connection between . Lesson 3 focuses on the use of position vs. **time graphs** to describe motion. As
we will learn, the specific features of the motion of objects are demonstrated by .

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**Graphs** are pictorial representations of data. In other words, **graphs** can show us
a picture of data. Plotting the position or **distance** over **time** can tell you a lot . The slope on a velocity-**time graph** represents the acceleration of an object. The
**distance** travelled is equal to the area under a velocity-**time graph**.**Distance**-**Time**. **Graphs**. Mathematics Assessment Resource Service. Interpret
**distance**–**time graphs** as if they are pictures of situations rather than abstract.Apr 20, 2015 **. ** **Distance**-**time graphs** can also be used to represent journeys, and on the x-
axis, the slope or gradient of the **graph** = **distance** / **time**, or speed.

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**Distance**–**Time Graphs**. Introduction Information about movement can be
presented in a number of ways. Data for the total **distance** moved at different
times . Jan 3, 2014 **. ** Ah, Bob's up to his old tricks again. Can't blame him though, can you. Bob's
Speed-**Time graph** & acceleration conclusion: . Motion is a change in position measured by **distance** and **time**. • Speed. If an
object is not moving, a horizontal line is shown on a **distance**-**time graph**. **Time** is
. Students will interpret **distance** vs. **time graphs** to assess relative speed of an
object and the directions of motion. Content statements: A horizontal line means . Create a **graph** of a runner's position versus **time** and watch the runner complete
a 40-yard dash based on the **graph** you made. Notice the connection between . Lesson 3 focuses on the use of position vs. **time graphs** to describe motion. As
we will learn, the specific features of the motion of objects are demonstrated by . **Graphs** are pictorial representations of data. In other words, **graphs** can show us
a picture of data. Plotting the position or **distance** over **time** can tell you a lot . The slope on a velocity-**time graph** represents the acceleration of an object. The
**distance** travelled is equal to the area under a velocity-**time graph**.**Distance**-**Time**. **Graphs**. Mathematics Assessment Resource Service. Interpret
**distance**–**time graphs** as if they are pictures of situations rather than abstract.Apr 20, 2015 **. ** **Distance**-**time graphs** can also be used to represent journeys, and on the x-
axis, the slope or gradient of the **graph** = **distance** / **time**, or speed.

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**Graphs** are pictorial representations of data. In other words, **graphs** can show us
a picture of data. Plotting the position or **distance** over **time** can tell you a lot . The slope on a velocity-**time graph** represents the acceleration of an object. The
**distance** travelled is equal to the area under a velocity-**time graph**.**Distance**-**Time**. **Graphs**. Mathematics Assessment Resource Service. Interpret
**distance**–**time graphs** as if they are pictures of situations rather than abstract.Apr 20, 2015 **. ** **Distance**-**time graphs** can also be used to represent journeys, and on the x-
axis, the slope or gradient of the **graph** = **distance** / **time**, or speed.

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