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A ) is correct. 12 •• Determine the Concept The slope of an x(t) curve at any point in time represents the speed at that instant. The way the slope changes as time increases gives the sign of the acceleration. If the slope becomes less negative or more positive as time increases (as you move to the right on the time axis), then the acceleration is positive. If the slope becomes less positive or more negative, then the acceleration is negative. The slope of the slope of an x(t) curve at any point in time represents the acceleration at that instant.

Of these, only graph (d) has a negative slope. (d ) is correct. 38 •• Determine the Concept A linear velocity-versus-time curve implies constant acceleration. The displacement from time t = 0 can be determined by integrating vversus-t — that is, by finding the area under the curve. , v(0). The acceleration of the object is the slope of v(t) . The average velocity of the object is given by drawing a horizontal line that has the same area under it as the area under the curve. Because all of these quantities can be determined (e ) is correct.

Its average velocity on the way up is NOT zero. Neither is it zero on the way down. However, over the round trip, it is zero. 16 • Determine the Concept An object is farthest from the origin when it is farthest from the time axis. In one-dimensional motion starting from the origin, the point located farthest from the time axis in a distance-versus-time plot is the farthest from its starting point. Because the object’s initial position is at x = 0, point B represents the instant that the object is farthest from x = 0.