# Physics Multiple choice!!

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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
c) divided by
c) multiplied by

A graph that is a hyperbola represents ____ relationship

a) an inverse
c) a linear
d) no

The slop of a position-time graph is the ____ of an object

a) displacement
b) velocity
c) acceleration
d) mass

The area under the curve on a velocity-time 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!

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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.

A graph that is a hyperbola represents ____ relationship

c) a linear

The slop of a position-time graph is the ____ of an object

a) displacement

The area under the curve on a velocity-time graph equals the

b) displacement from the orig position

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The slope is the vertical change divided by the horizontal change.

A hyperbola is of form
(x-h)^2/a^2 - (y-k)^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.

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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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