The **speed** of an object is given by the **gradient** of the line on its **distance-time graph**.

The **acceleration** of an object is given by the **gradient** of the line on its **velocity-time graph**.

The **distance** travelled by an object is given by the **area under the line** of its **velocity-time graph**.

**Gradient of a line/triangle = Height of line/triangle ÷ Base of line/triangle**

*TIP: If you are drawing a straight line graph, always use a ruler (it says so in the book XD)*

*TIP: Be careful with units, especially the unit of acceleration. The unit is ***m/s**^{2} - that is the change in speed, measured in **m/s**, that occurs every second.

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