Distance-Time Graphs, Velocity and Acceleration

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R F Q K E E A N I G U S L O W E R M
L J A A V M G E G E P X V J D V G P
O Q O D T W G K V Q G X N A A E L P
L H I T S M O A O C H U O J B C S N
H T N R D G N T D P Q Y I F O N W X
F R D Y E K O E R O N N T M X A T N
M W H T E J I M B B R M A L W T T E
W V H I P B T I H Q P P R P P S A P
E O T C S T C T T R G S E N K I C Y
I M F O O T E A T O R F L W S D I K
V Q L L P I R M E X A T E B K O H E
Y Q I E E P I K W M D G C W P S W V
L Q H V V T D B I D I J C N C B Q X
Q B O S F E K H E T E R A X N Q V I
V L B O B K G V Q R N R Q B N N G I
F P M K H K S S O E T Q F T U B P E
H S V M L B O I K E N X J S R T S B
B Y N I T S R W A W J W T N Q A E I

Clues

  • ? = change of velocity X time taken (12)
  • Acceleration is the change of ? per second (8)
  • An object moving at a constant speed travels at the same ? every second (8)
  • Deceleration is the change of velocity per second when an object becomes ? (6)
  • Measured in metre/seconds (5)
  • Speed in metres/second = Distance travelled in meters divided by ? (4, 5)
  • The steeper the ? of the line on a distance-time graph of a moving object, the greater the object's speed is (8)
  • Velocity is speed in a given ? (9)

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