This shows that the slope of the position-versus-time graph gives the velocity of the jogger.
At t = 10s, we'll consider the slope of the first part of the motion between 0s and 20s.
The figure is the position-versus-time graph of a jogger.
A. What is the jogger’s velocity at t = 10 s?
B. What is the jogger’s velocity at t = 25 s?
C. What is the jogger’s velocity at t = 35 s?
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