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    Which graph best represents the position of a particle, s(t), as a function of time, if the particle's velocity and acceleration are both positive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DINOCALC09 View Post
    Which graph best represents the position of a particle, s(t), as a function of time, if the particle's velocity and acceleration are both positive?
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    the graph is increasing as well as the slope, since the graph is getting steeper
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