The three activities in this Concept Builder are summarized as follows:

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Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object at rest?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object at rest?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object at rest?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object moving with a constant speed?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object moving with a constant speed?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object moving with a constant speed?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) does the object have a changing velocity?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) does the object have a changing velocity?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) does the object have a changing velocity?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) does the object have a positive velocity?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) does the object have a positive velocity?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) does the object have a negative velocity?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) does the object have a negative velocity?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object moving away from its starting point?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object moving away from its starting point?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object moving towards its starting point?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage(s) is the object moving towards its starting point?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage is the object moving with the greatest speed?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage is the object moving with the greatest speed?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage is the object moving with the smallest speed?

Five stages - labeled A, B, C, D, and E - of an object's motion are represented by the position-time graph below. During which stage is the object moving with the smallest speed?

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe their lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

The motions of Objects A, B, and C are represented on a position-time graph. Observe the lines and rank the speeds of Objects A, B, and C from slowest to fastest.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.

Consider the dot diagrams below for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow represents the direction of travel. Match the motion of Objects A, B, and C to one of the lines on the graph.