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I'm shown a graph with position on the y axis and time on the x axis. The question is what is the total displacement during the time interval.
The position in (m) starts at 1.0 and goes to 6 and the time starts at 010.0 (s). The question is what is the total displacement during the time interval. Do I just take 61 and the total displacement is 5 or do I do something with the lapsed time which is 10.0 seconds.
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