Velocity versus Displacement Plots in Uniformly Accelerated Linear Motion

The plots show the variation of velocity and distance as functions of time for uniformly accelerated motion. The red points show the velocity and the distance traveled for a particular value of time. The upper plots show velocity and distance as a function of time, for a fixed acceleration. In the 3D plots, the acceleration is varied too; then, the surfaces can be seen as the set of all 2D curves.

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