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• Forï»¿ section E when calculating the acceleration would we get a negative number?

• Yes, because velocity has direction and the negative would indicate deceleration orï»¿ negative acceleration.

• Is this right : A horizontal line on a Distance time graph means the object isn't moving. But a horizontal line on a velocity time graph means that the object is going at aï»¿ constant/steady speed.

• Yup,ï»¿ exactly that.

• At 1:10, the YouTube transcriptï»¿ says that you say something completely different! XD

• I wouldn'tï»¿ use the transcript, most of the time it is way, way of!

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• god bless. You areï»¿ truely awesome

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• For the last one, do you get the marks if you were intended to use this formula : 0.5(a+b)h ... (area of trapezium)ï»¿

• retaking

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• hahaha 1:10ï»¿

• Watching this withï»¿ captions is hilarious.

• there's aï»¿ special place in heaven for people like this

• Area is m squared :Dï»¿

• I got 650m toï»¿ last question

• I should hope so! :P.ï»¿ "bus like dick sweat sup what we do speak"

• When using a velocity-time graph that showsï»¿ a deceleration of a moving object, because the formula says "Final Velocity - Initial Velocity / Time" would that mean that the acceleration of the moving object would be a negative number because the final velocity is 0 seconds and the initial velocity is, for example, 12 m/s (0/12 = -12)

• will the exam ever ask you to calculateï»¿ the distance traveled in total?

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