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a wolf is chasing a rabbit. Use the following data to graph the wolf's motion 15 m/s at 0s, 10 m/s at 1s, 5 m/s at 2s, 2.5 m/s at 3s, 1 m/s at 2s, 2.5 m/s at 3s, 1 m/s at 4s, and 0 m/s at 5 s. What does the graph tell you?

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