Using and Interpreting graphs - AQA

1

Which distance time graph represents a journey consisting of a fast walk, rest, then a slow walk back to the start?

2

The graph shows the depth of bath water over a period of time.

A graph showing the height of bath water over a period of time. The x axis is labelled 'time', and the y axis is labelled 'level of bath water'

What might be happening during section B?

3

Tony’s Taxis calculate the cost of a journey using the following graph.

A straight line graph labelled 'Taxi fare calculator'. The y axis is labelled 'cost', and the x axis is labelled 'miles'. A red line rises diagonally from  point 2 on the y axis

How much is the fixed charge added to every journey regardless of the distance travelled?

4

Using the graph for Question 3, how much do Tony’s Taxis cost per mile?

5

Janet and Sophie complete an 11 metre long assault course. Here is a travel graph for the race.

A travel graph. The x axis is labelled 'time in seconds', the y axis is labelled 'distance in metres'. Two lines emanating from the origin, one green and one red, are labelled 'Janet' and 'Sophie'

After 11 seconds, who was in the lead, and by how much?

6

Using the graph for Question 5, who achieved the fastest speed?

7

Using the graph of Question 5, what was Sophie’s speed during the final 10 seconds of the race?

8

What does section B of this velocity-time graph show?

A distance time graph. The x axis is labelled 'time', the y axis 'velocity'. A red line represents the journey. This is split into 3 stages 'A', 'B', and 'C'

9

Using the graph in Question 8, what is the average velocity for the journey?

10

Find the total distance travelled in the journey shown on this velocity-time graph.

Finding the distance travelled for a journey shown on the velocity-time graph