Posted by **Joel** on Monday, September 6, 2010 at 5:26pm.

I just need to clarify something in my mind- I look at a graph and the position changes from 3 to 8 over a ten second interval, to find total displacement, I just take 8-3 would equal 5 for total displacement, correct? I don't need to bother with the time interval, correct?

Thank you

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