# CBSE Class 9 Physics Distance Time Graphs

## Q.

Average speed and instantaneous speed are two _____ quantities.

## Q.

In the distance-time graph, ______ is an independent quantity.

## Q.

In motion graphs, the ________ is always taken as the x-axis.

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