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# 1) how is change in velocity shown on a position vs time graph? 2) how is...

1) how is change in velocity shown on a position vs time graph?
2) how is change in velocity shown on a velocity vs time graph?
3) how is change in velocity shown an acceleration vs time graph?
4) how can position be found from a velocity vs. time graph?
5) how can velocity be found from an acceleration vs. time graph?
6) how is acceleration shown on a position vs. time graph?
7) how is velocity shown on a velocity vs. time graph?

1] Change in velocity in position-time graph can be shown by change in slopes at the two point of time.

2] It can be shown by difference in velocity coordinate (y-coordinate) of the graph at the two times.

3] It can be shown by area under a curve.

4]  It can be found by adding initial position to area under a curve algebraically.

5] It can be found by adding initial velocity to area under a curve algebraically.

6] Acceleration is shown by finding concavity of the graph.

7] Velocity is shown on velocity coordinate (y-coordinate).