Physics
posted by Alex .
On a dt graph if there is a curve from 1 decreasing to 1.2 in an interval does is the velocity and acceleration + or 9? And is it slowing down or speeding up or neither?

I don't understand how from 1 to 1.2 is a decrease.

11.2 is the time interval and at 1 the point is at 150 and 1.2 the point is at 50.
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