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The graph above shows the velocity of an object as a function of time. What is the net displacement of the object over the time shown?(A) $-30.5 \mathrm{~m}$(B) $-6.5 \mathrm{~m}$(C) $6.5 \mathrm{~m}$(D) $30.5 \mathrm{~m}$

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So here we have to find out that displacement of the object from the given velocity time graph. Now we know that the displacement is area under velocity time graph. So we have divided the part. Sorry the gulf into six parts A, B, C, D, E and F and that together make the area under graph. So total displacement is D equal to area A plus B plus C plus D plus e plus f. This is a total displacement, so a rectangle with side, three m per second and three seconds. So this has area three m per second in two 30 seconds, plus B is a triangle right angled triangle. So half base is one second from 3 to 4 seconds and how it is three m per second. No. C is also the right angle triangle with base 4 to 5 seconds, so the length or bases one second and height is minus four. Wait up a second. No, we have D, which is also the tangle which has based one of the sides from five seconds to eight seconds. So excellent is eight minus 53 seconds and height is again minus four m per second. Now we have E, which is also a tangled. It had one side from eight second, 29 seconds along the time axis, so its length is one second and along the velocity access its length is from zero to minus two. So it is minus two m per second. Okay, now, last one is F. The area of right angle triangle half base is again eight seconds nine seconds, which is of length. One second and minus two to minus four seconds is on. The velocity axis, which is its height so minus two to minus four is simply minus two m per second length. So is nine m plus B is 1.5 m plus C is minus two m. Yeah, D is minus 12 m. He is minus two m and F minus one m. So this gives us nine plus 1.5 equal to 10.5 m minus two minus 12 14 minus 2 16 minus one 17. Mhm minus 17 m. And this gives us 10.5 minus 17, which is equal to minus 6.5 m. So this is the correct option from the given four options. Hence the correct option is beat. This completes the solution. Thank you

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