## Match That Graph

The Match That Graph Concept Builder is comprised of six situations in which a position-time graph is given and the corresponding velocity-time graph must be identified AND six in which a velocity-time graph is given and the corresponding position-time graph must be identified. There are three levels of difficulty by which the student can progress through the Concept Builder. Those three difficulty levels are differentiated as follows:

• Apprentice Level: Situations 1-4
• Masters Level: Situations 1-8
• Wizard Level: Situations 1-12

Situations beome more complicated as the level increases. The graphs for each situation are shown below. Teachers are encouraged to view the questions in order to judge which level of difficulty is most appropriate for their classes. We recommend providing students two or more options. For instance, it would be profitable for a student to complete the Concept Builder at the Apprentice Level in order to gain some confidence and then to be challenged to complete the activity at the Masters Level.

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Situation #1
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #2
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #3
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #4
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #5
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #6
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #7
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #8
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #9
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #10
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #11
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.

Situation #12
Consider the Given Graph on the left. Match it to the corresponding graph on the right that describes the same motion.