Drag the mouse across the graph to see how the slope of the top graph determines the value of the graph at the bottom.
There are 10 examples altogether, press "Next Example" to see.
Rule 1: Slope of a displacement-vs-time (\(st\)) graph gives the velocity (\(v\)).
Rule 2: Slope of a velocity-vs-time (\(vt\)) graph gives the acceleration (\(a\)).
Which examples represent the motion (displacement, velocity, and acceleration) of an object flying vertically under the influence of gravity (free fall)?