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Velocity - Time Graphs

Velocity - time graphs can help us solve motion problems. velocity-time graph

In the above picture line AB is the velocity - time graph

Uniform velocity means the object was moving at a steady pace without accelerating or decelerating.

We measure the distance traveled by the object by working out the area under the velocity - time graph;
0ABC (the area colored yellow)
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