Physics
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a 2 centimeter diameter ball of 50 grams rolls at constant velocity across a table. it takes 4 seconds to travel 3 meters. Sketch graph of horizontal position, velocity and acceleration.

You do the graphs. I assume the x axis will be time. The acceleration is zero and the velocity is constant, 0.75 m/s.
Size and mass are not needed to draw the graph
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