Question

# Look at the position-time graph below. What is the kind of motion shown by section no.2 of the graph?

- Decelerating motion
- Stationary
- Non-uniform motion
- Accelerating motion

Hint:

### The slope of the position-time graph shows the velocity of the body.

## The correct answer is: Stationary

### Section 2 shows that the body is at rest.

The slope of section 2 is zero hence there is no velocity. and the body is not covering any distance in the given interval of time in section 2.

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