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# acceleration vs. mass graph - graph: parabola - inversely proprtional - negative correlation - one increases,...

acceleration vs. mass graph
- graph: parabola
- inversely proprtional
- negative correlation
- one increases, the other decreases
- change by the same factor

acceleration vs. 1/mass graph
- graph: straight line
- DIRECTLY proportional
- positive correlation
- decrease together, increase together
- change by the same factor

is whats written correct?

acceleration vs. mass graph
- graph: parabola
- inversely proprtional
- negative correlation
- one increases, the other decreases
- change by the same factor

acceleration vs. 1/mass graph
- graph: straight line
- DIRECTLY proportional
- positive correlation
- decrease together, increase together
- change by the same factor

is whats written correct?

(force is constant)

The expression of force f = m*a :f=force m = mass a =acceleration

In the acceleration v/s mass graph for a constant force when the mass increses then the acceleration decreases. They are said to be inversely proportional. So the graph look like a hyperbola. They follow a negative correlation and change by the same factor.

The acceleration v/s 1/mass graph when the mass increases the acceleration also increases..they are said to be directly proportional. They follow a positive correlation and change by the aame factor. Since they are directly proportional, the graph will be a straight line

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