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can any1 enlighten me of graphs (displacement-time/velocity-time/acceleration-time) of increasing/decreasing/uniform acceleration?

btw is increasing acceleration the same as accelerating at an increasing rate?

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Reply #1 on: October 02, 2010, 02:06:28 am » posted from:,,Taiwan

I would suggest you try to draw it by yourself in a piece of paper?
Try with the following case:
acceleration a(t)=ct where c is a constant (i.e. \frac{da}{dt}=c).
You can try to derive v(t) and x(t),too!
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