Problem: shows the potential energy of a system in which a particle moves along the x-axis.Draw a graph of the force Fx as a function of position x for the x(0,0.5).Draw a graph of the force Fx as a function of position x for the x(0.5,1).

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The graph shows potential energy as a function of distance. Distance is measured from 0 to 1 meter on the x-axis. Potential energy is measured from 0 to 2 joules on the y-axis. Energy rises linearly from 0 to 2 joules in the distance interval from 0 to 0.5 meters. Then it drops linearly from 5 to 0 joules in the distance interval from 0.5 to 1 meter. shows the potential energy of a system in which a particle moves along the x-axis.

Draw a graph of the force Fx as a function of position x for the x(0,0.5).

Draw a graph of the force Fx as a function of position x for the x(0.5,1).

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