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For each of the questions 46-50, two of the suggested answers will becorrect. Select the two answers that are best in each case, and then fill in both ofthe corresponding circles on the answer sheet.Which of the two velocity vs. time graphs depict situations of uniformaccelerated motion? Select two answers.a. IMAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE TO COPYb. IMAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE TO COPYc. IMAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE TO COPYd. IMAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE TO COPY

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high. In the given problem, we have to identify the we T. Kirk representing uniformly accelerated motion and we know a uniformly accelerated motion is represented by straight nine velocity time curves, as we know, acceleration is given by that's slow of we D. Good. So when the car is in the form of a straight line means the slope will remain constant, means the acceleration will remain constant. So here the curves represented in figure B, which is a straight line parallel to the X axis, or we can say time axis and occur represented in figure B. Like this, these two curves are here representing uniformly excellent in motion. So we can say here our options B and be art correct. Thank you.

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