Asked by Anil | 21st Jun, 2017, 05:46: PM
For a-t graph:
Step 1: Find the acceleration by calculating the slopes between 0-9 s, 9-15 s, 15-33 s and 33-50 s.
Step 2: Plot the values of acceleration so found against time and get the a-t graph.
For x-t graph:
Step 1: Calculate the area under the curve for the time intervals mention in step 1 of a-t graph.
Step 2: The are will yield the distances covered in those time intervals. Keep x = -16 m at t = 0 and then keep on adding the distances to this value and obtain the distances.
Step 3: Plot the distances against time and get the x-t graph.
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Answered by Romal Bhansali | 20th Dec, 2017, 11:57: AM
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