Distance-Time Graphs, Velocity and Acceleration

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

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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