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Instantaneous velocity is slope of displacement-time curve?

I have a toss-up question that I'm not sure how to answer. Here it is (true or false): The instantaneous velocity at a particular time is the slope of the displacement-time curve at that position. ...
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How to use accelaration data of moving object to calculate distance?

I read couple of similar question on this forum and few blogs on web, though I am still confused,I am determined to calculate object displacement using accelerometer data. So, I tried using ...
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Is in this case distance same as displacement? [closed]

I have this graph, and I need to know the displacement in the interval from 0 to 5 seconds, so I found the area of the rectangle that you can see there. A = w*h, which means X = (5 seconds)*(20 m/s), ...
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A problem says : a car starts from rest and undergoes a constant acceleration. It travels 5 m in the…? [closed]

A problem says : A car starts from rest and undergoes a constant acceleration. It travels 5 m in the t interval 0 s to 1 s, find the displacement of the car during the time interval from 1 s to 2 ...
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Help finding Delta T for a known position displacement with known accel/decel, etc

I'm looking for an equation to find the time it will take for a position displacement to happen, given known $V_{max}$, a (known) constant acceleration, deceleration, jerk, and displacement... and an ...
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Area under a displacement graph

If the area under an acceleration-time graph denotes velocity and the area under a velocity-time graph denotes displacement, what exactly does the area under a displacement-time graph denote?
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What is displacement? Position relative to a reference point or change of position

What is the "official" or most useful definition of displacement in the context of kinematics? There are two common ones: Displacement is the length and direction of a line from a fixed reference ...
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What is the displacement of an accelerated and relativistic object?

Displacement in an accelerated classical object is: $$s=ut+\frac {at^2}{2}$$ What is the displacement of an accelerated relativistic object? In Newtonian mechanics there are two types of ...