Distance Vs Time Graphs

Distance Vs Time Graphs
Distance Vs Time Graphs
Distance Vs Time Graphs
Distance Vs. Time graphs

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Distance Vs Time Graphs

Students learn how to plot and interpret distance vs. time graphs by examining the rate at which distance changes with time and how a change in time without distance represents a stopped vehicle.
Differentiated Learning Objectives
  • All students should be able to interpret a distance – time graph
  • Most students should be able to interpret and plot a distance – time graph.
  • Some students should be able to interpret, plot and measure speed from a distance – time graph
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