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The graph above is the position-versus-time graph of an object. Which of the following is the velocity-versus-time graph of the object?

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On a position-time graph s…

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In which of the following …

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The slope of a velocity-ti…

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The slope of a position-ti…

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The graphs in the accompan…

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Skctch a position-time gra…

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Velocity Explain how you w…

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from the position Time graph we see at the position. Off object. So this is a position time. Grab the position. Often object is decreasing. Decreasing Engaged to zero. So the object he must be moving in a negative direction with slower eight. Therefore, the last will be negative initially. So the option D is the right answer. Option D End of the problem. Thank you for watching.

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