# Distance-Time Graphs

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- Q1Which line shows a slow, constant speed?
blue

orange

red

green30s - Q2Which line has a speed that is half of the speed of another line?
blue

orange

greenred

30s - Q3Which object is moving forward at a slower speed?
Object B

Object CObject A

30s - Q4How can you tell which line indicates a faster speed?
The line does not tell you this. You need to use the formula.

the greater the slope, the slower the speed

the longer the line, the greater the speed

the greater the slope, the faster the speed30s - Q5Which runner rested during the race?
Bob

Charlienone of them

Albert

30s - Q6On a distance time graph, what does a straight diagonal line indicate about the object's speed?
accelerating

constanttoo fast

at rest

30s - Q7Which line segment in the graph shows the object is not moving?B-C
A-D

C-D

A-B

30s - Q8What is happening from 5 to 15 seconds?
Going in a Straight Line

Constant Speed moving Forward

Standing StillConstant Speed moving Backwards

30s - Q9Which graph shows both runners starting at 10 ms?30s
- Q10Which line is the fastest?
both have the same speed

Red

Green30s - Q11What is happening from 0 to 5 seconds?
Standing Still

Constant Speed Moving Backward

Speeding Up

Constant Speed Moving Forward30s - Q12What is happening from 15 to 30 seconds?
Going Down a Hill

Constant Speed Moving Forward

Slowing Down

Constant Speed Moving Backward30s - Q13Which line shows the fastest speed?
green

blue

orangered

30s - Q14At which point is the object returning home?
A

EB

F

C

D

30s - Q15What does this graph represent?
Constant Speed

Standing Still (at rest)

Slowing Down

Speeding Up30s