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The area under the graph = distance travelled
Split the graph into triangles and rectangles and calculate the areas. Then add together the areas.
Area of a rectangle = Length x Height
Area of a triangle = 1/2 x Length x Height
90m 120m 180m = 390m
NOTE: the graph starts at one second and not 0. Don’t be fooled, look at the axes carefully before attempting a question.
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Neutralisation reactions follow the general structure –
metal oxide acid = salt water
the acid produces hydrogen ions and the metal oxide produces oxide ions – these combine to make the water
the salt is comprised of the remaining products – the metal and the other element from the acid
in this case, the other element is chlorine
The naming convention is to put the metal first for the salt created
This is a straight-line graph.
Calculate the gradient of a straight-line graph using the following:
y₂ – y₁ / x₂ – x₁
30-20/6-5 = 10m/s²
This is the same as a simpler version:
Rise/run
or vertical distance / horizontal distance
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