 Practice Problems Uniform Acceleration: SVA Graphs

Directions: On this worksheet you will have an opportunity to practice the relationships between families of position-time, velocity-time, and acceleration-time graphs. Please note that the diagrams are not drawn to scale. omit
Question 1  For these graphs, t1 = 6 seconds, t2 = 14 seconds, and vf = -3 m/sec.   If the uniform acceleration between 6 and 14 seconds was a = 3 m/sec2, then what was the value of vo? omit
Question 2  In Question #1, if the position of point y equals 28 meters, then what is the value of P? omit
Question 3  In Question #1, what was the object's average velocity between 6 and 14 seconds? omit
Question 4  For these graphs, t1 = 6 seconds, t2 = 14 seconds. In addition, the positions of y and P in meters are: y = 28 m and P = 42 m.   If the value of vf = -4.5 m/sec, then what is the value of vo? omit
Question 5  In Questions #4, what is the value for the object's acceleration, a? omit
Question 6  For these graphs, t1 = 6 seconds, t2 = 16 seconds, vo = 12 m/sec, and vf = 14 m/sec2.         