Posted by **Brittany** on Saturday, January 29, 2011 at 12:29pm.

A particle moves at varying velocity along a line and s=f(t) represents the particle's distance from a point as a function of time, t. Sketch a possible graph for f if the average velocity of the particle between t=2 and

t=6 is the same as the instantaneous velocity at t=5.

I'm confused on how I know what to graph without any points. How do I find points?

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