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Yes, when given a 'v vs t' graph, you will be able to calculate the distance by finding the area under it.
Some other useful relationships: - Gradient of a distance vs time graph gives the velocity. (v = d/Î”t) - Gradient of a velocity vs time graph gives the acceleration. (a = Î”v/Î”t)
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