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A car is traveling from city P to city Q, which is 350km apart. The line

the graph given below describes the distance of the car from the city P at different

times.

Answer:

i. On the two axes - the x-axis shows the time and the y-axis shows the distance of the

car from city P.

ii. The car begins its journey from city P at 8:00 a.m.

iii. The car covered a distance of 50km in the 1st hour.

iv. The car covered a distance of

(a) 100 km in the 2nd hour.

(b) 50km in the 3rd hour.

v. No, the speed was not the same, because the distance covered per hour is not uniform.

vi. Yes, the car stopped at a place during the time interval from 11a.m. to 12 a.m. as

indicated by the horizontal line segment during this period.

vii. At 2 p.m. the car reached the city Q.

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