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What is indicated by a smooth, upward curving line on a graph?
a.) A linear relationship between x and y
b) A inverse relationship betweeen x and y
c.) A direct relationship between y and with the square of x
d.) No relationship between x and y is indicated
The slop of a straight line graph is the vertical change ____ the horizontal change.
a) minus
b) added to
c) divided by
c) multiplied by
A graph that is a hyperbola represents ____ relationship
a) an inverse
b) a quadratic
c) a linear
d) no
The slop of a positiontime graph is the ____ of an object
a) displacement
b) velocity
c) acceleration
d) mass
The area under the curve on a velocitytime graph equals the
a) rise divided by the run
b) displacement from the orig position to its position at time t
c) relative velocity
d) instantaneous velocity
If anyone can help please... Its for my midterm review :X... Thanks!

Physics Multiple choice!! 
Damon,
I already know. What do you think? My job is not to do the problems for you but to help if you get stuck. Try them first and then post when you get stuck.

Physics Multiple choice!! 
Tomas,
Well I've already tried them and Im
I have no clue!
The slop of a straight line graph is the vertical change ____ the horizontal change.
b) added to
A graph that is a hyperbola represents ____ relationship
c) a linear
The slop of a positiontime graph is the ____ of an object
a) displacement
The area under the curve on a velocitytime graph equals the
b) displacement from the orig position 
Physics Multiple choice!! 
Damon,
The slope is the vertical change divided by the horizontal change.
A hyperbola is of form
(xh)^2/a^2  (yk)^2/b^2 = 1
the x^2 and y^2 tell you that it is quadratic
Change in position / change in time is measured in meters/second or miles per hour or some other unit of velocity
Yes, area under velocity versus time is position. This is the opposite of the last question. 
Physics Multiple choice!! 
Damon,
By the way the first one:
What is indicated by a smooth, upward curving line on a graph?
c.) A direct relationship between y and with the square of x
Yes, like y = x^2 
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Physics Multiple choice!! 
kylie,
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