Posted by **Jennifer** on Monday, September 5, 2011 at 12:29pm.

I'm suppose to draw velocity time and acceleration time graph for a rocket that is launched vertically into the air and falls back down to its initial height. We are to assume that x axis is up.

So would I draw an curved figure like a downward parabola or a straight vertical line and downward negative slope to indicate back to initial height?

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