A scatter plot.
Line graph. I would suggest a scatter graph. That would allow you to determine the line of best fit.
Displacement is just distance traveled and a direction. For example 40m east is a displacement distance
For a free-falling object, you can calculate the total distance traveled, given the amount of time. The distance of the fall is proportional to the square of the time elapsed. In general, distance can be found by the relationship between acceleration and time squared. If we let a be acceleration, which can be gravity if you want, and t be time, then we have: The distance traveled = 1/2 * a * t2 The distance traveled = 1/2 * g* t2
um Long-distance relationship?
Actual distance travel is the total distance you actually traveled, including all the loops and curves. Straight line distance is the direct distance between the 2 places, in a straight line without a curve
a troubled one.......
the displacement is either less or equal to the distance traveled
The relationship between the planet's SPEED and its distance from the Sun is given by Kepler's Third Law.From there, it is fairly easy to derive a relationship between the period of revolution, and the distance.