- There are 3 types of motion graph, namely
- the displacement-time graph
- the velocity-time graph
- the acceleration-time graph.

- When analysing a graph, it's important for us to know what's the physical quantity that's represented by the gradient of the graph and the area below the graph.
- For example, in a displacement-time graph, the gradient represent the velocity of the moving object, whereas in a velocity-time graph, the gradient represent the acceleration of the moving object.
- It's also important for you to know how to find the gradient of a straight line from a graph.
- Sometime, you will be asked to convert a displacement-time graph to a velocity-time graph or convert a velocity-time graph to an acceleration-time graph.

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