Graph of Motion

Card 1: Displacement - Time Graph

Displacement - Time Graph

In a Displacement-Time Graph, the gradient of the graph is equal to the velocity of motion.

Card 2: Analysign Displacement - Time Graph

Analysing Displacement - Time Graph

Gradient = 0
Hence, velocity = 0
Gradient is constant,
hence, velocity is Uniform
Gradient is negative and constant, hence velocity is uniform and in opposite direction
Gradient is increasing, hence velocity is increasing.
 
Gradient is decreasing, hence velocity is decreasing.
 
Card 3: Velocity - Time Graph

Velocity - Time Graph

  • The gradient of the velocity-time gradient gives a value of the changing rate in velocity, which is the acceleration of the object.
  • The area below the velocity-time graph gives a value of the object's displacement.

 

Card 4: Analysing Velocity - Time graph

Analysing Velocity - Time Graph

Uniform velocity
Uniform acceleration
Uniform deceleration
Increasing acceleration
 
Increasing deceleration
 
Card 5: Converting a Velocity-Time graph to Acceleration-Time graph

Converting a Velocity-Time graph to Acceleration-Time graph

In order to convert a velocity-time graph to acceleration time graph, we need to find the gradient of the velocity time graph and plot it in the acceleration-time graph.

Card 6: Graph of free falling 1-Dropping an object from high place

Dropping an object from high place

Velocity - Time Graph Acceleration - Time Graph
Card 7: Graph of free falling 2 - Launching obejct upward

Launching Object Upward

Velocity-Time Graph Acceleration-Time Graph
Card 8: Graph of free falling 3 - Object moving upward and fall back to the ground

Object moving upward and fall back to the ground

Velocity-Time Graph Acceleration-Time Graph
Card 9: Graph of free falling 4 - Object falling and bounces back

Object falling and bounces back

Velocity-Time Graph Acceleration-Time Graph
Card 10: Empty Card

 

 

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