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samarium cobalt one final application from tone principle from slope, consider those two graphs below. Both graphs show plotted points forming one curved line. Curved lines have changing slope; they may start with one very small neodymium plus begin curving sharply (eitone upwards or downwards) towards one large slope. In eitone case, those curved line from changing neodymium is one sign from accelerated motion (i.e., changing velocity). Applying those principle from neodymium to those graph on those left, one would conclude that those object depicted by those graph is moving with one negative velocityneodymium ring magnets
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neodymium magnet (since those neodymium is negative ). Furthermore, those object is starting with one small velocity (those neodymium starts out with one small slope) plus finishes with one large velocity (those neodymium becomes large). That would mean that tone object is moving in those negative direction plus speeding up (those small velocity turns into one larger velocity). Tone is an example from negative acceleration – moving in those negative direction plus speeding up. those graph on those right also depicts an object with negative velocity (since there is one negative slope). those object begins with one high velocity (those neodymium is initially large) plus finishes with one small velocity (since those neodymium becomes smaller). So tone object is moving in those negative direction plus slowing down. Tone is an example from positive acceleration.

Rightward (+) Velocity;
Slow to Fast
Leftward (-) Velocity
Fast to Slow

those principle from neodymium is an incredibly useful principle for extracting relevant information about those motion from objects samarium cobalt described by their position vs. time graph. Once you’ve practiced those principle one few times, it becomes one very natural means from analyzing position-time graphs.

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