Displacement (Distance) time graph?
Asked by anirudh25 | 3rd May, 2009, 04:14: PM
First make a table as follows.
Assume that the body falls from a height of h. Assuming the ground is the zero positon.
Use s = ut +1/2 at^2. Put a = 9.8m/s^2 and u =0.
i) take t = 0.1 and use the above formula to find s.
ii) take t = 0.2 and use the above formula to find s.
Similarly find the position of the body at time 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, ...
Put the values into a table and then plot a graph.
In this case distance and displacement are the same because the object is travelling along a straight line.
Answered by | 4th May, 2009, 11:53: AM
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