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Objective: To analyze a dot diagram and match the motion that it
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Pos'nTime Graphs
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Match a dot diagram representation to the corresponding positiontime
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Match a dot diagram representation to the corresponding velocitytime
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Match a dot diagram representation to the corresponding positiontime
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Consider the dot diagrams for Objects A, B, and C. The arrow
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