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Theo lost his graph again! Luckily, he used his distance-time graph to determine the following properties of his motion. Help him re-create a possible graph of his motion.

  • Details:

    • He walked in one direction during the entire seconds, except during the seconds when he was temporarily still.

    • His average velocity was feet per second.

    • He began his motion feet away from the motion detector.

If Theo is always walking in the same direction, except for when he stopped, the slope of your graph should be either always positive or always negative.

Because his average velocity was feet per second and he walked for seconds, he should end up feet away from where he started.

Use the eTool below to explore possible graphs of Theo's motion.
Click the link at right for the full version of the eTool: Calc 1-183 HW eTool