Posted by **a Canadian** on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 5:50pm.

I'm having trouble with motion graphs.

How do you go from an acceleration-time graph to a velocity-time graph or displacement time graph?

I know that to go from v-t to a-t I just take the slope of the v-t graph, but how do you do it the other way around?

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