# Velocity and Distance-Time Graphs

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Speed
Speed is only how fast you are going, without taking into account the direction.
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Velocity
Velocity is the same as speed, but mush also have the direction specified. E.g. 30mph North
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No1
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No2
Flat sections are where its stationary - Its not moving
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No3
Straight uphill or downhill sections means it is travelling at a steady speed
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No4
The steeper the graph, the faster it is going
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No5
Downhill sections mean its going back to its starting point
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No6
Curves represent acceleration or deceration
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No7
A steepening curve means its speeding up (Increasing gradient)
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Very important notes for Distance-Time graphs No8
A levelling off curve means its slowing down (Decelerating gradient)
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Calculating speed from the graphs
Speed = Gradient = Verticle/Horizontal (eg. 500/30) = 16.7 m/s
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### Card 2

#### Front

Velocity is the same as speed, but mush also have the direction specified. E.g. 30mph North

Velocity

### Card 4

#### Front

Flat sections are where its stationary - Its not moving

### Card 5

#### Front

Straight uphill or downhill sections means it is travelling at a steady speed