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Object – Mass (kg)        Time To Max Speed (s)  50 kg                                            10s 100

Object – Mass (kg)        Time To Max Speed (s)

50 kg                                            10s

100                                               20s

150                                               30s

200                                               40s

Sketch a graph of time vs. mass in the below space.  This can be drawn by hand. (Time will be on the y-axis, mass will be on the x-axis)

How is acceleration related to time?

Sketch an acceleration vs mass graph using this data in the below space. This can be drawn by hand. (Acceleration will be on the y-axis, mass will be on the x-axis)

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