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2-138.

This is a distance graph. Time, *t*, should be on the *x*-axis. (It usually is!) And distance, *s*(*t*), should be on the *y*-axis. Sketch the graph of *s*(*t*) = 3*t*².

Note that this is the slope of the secant line that connects the points at *t* = 0 and *t* = 5.

Sketch a velocity graph of *v*(*t*) = −2*t*. Time, *t*, will be on the *x*-axis. Velocity, *v*(*t*), will be on the *y*-axis. How can distance information be found on a velocity graph?