3rd SW #6 Distance-Time Graphs

1. Which of the graphs shows that one of the runners started 10 yards farther ahead of the other? A C D B 2. In which of the following graphs below are both runnersmoving at athe same speed? A C B D 3 Match the description to the graph: "The car is stopped." C A B D 4. Match the description to the graph: "The car is traveling at a constant speed." A C B D 5. Match the description to the graph: "The speed of the car is decreasing." A C B D 6. Match the description to the graph: "The car is coming back." A C D B 7. Segment O-A the bus is _____________________ at rest moving forward returning (to original position) 8. Segment A-B the bus is _____________________ at rest moving forward returning (to original position) 9. Segment B-C the bus is _____________________ at rest moving forward returning (to original position) 10. Segment C-D the bus is _____________________ at rest moving forward returning (to original position) 11. Segment D-E the bus is _____________________ at rest moving forward returning (to original position) 12. Segment E-F the bus is _____________________ at rest moving forward returning (to original position) 13. Which runner won the race? Albert Charlie Bob 14. Which runner stopped for a rest? Albert Charlie Bob 15. How long did Charlie stop for a rest? 2.5 seconds 3 seconds 2 seconds 5 seconds 16. How long did Bob take to complete the race? 17 seconds 14 seconds 12 seconds 15 seconds 17. Calculate Albert's average speed for the 100-meter race.8.33 m/s 7.14 m/s 5 m/s 5.88 m/s 18. Which of the graphs shows that the runners started in the same place? A C B 19. Which of the graphs shows that one of the runners ended 10 yards ahead of the other? A C D B 20. In which of the following graphs below did one runner overtake (run past) the other? A C B D |

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