Isn't graphing motion one of the hardest concepts for physics students to grasp? The goal of this worksheet is to allow students to work through each type of motion graph by answering questions about each graph. The questions mainly focus on describing the motion and having students determine during what time segments the object is moving a certain way (i.e. speeding up, not moving, etc.).
I use this worksheet during the beginning of the graphing motion unit after we've gone over the basics.
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