Distance-Time Graphs, Velocity and Acceleration

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

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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