Distance-Time Graphs, Velocity and Acceleration

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

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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