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- Given that these graphs represent someone cycling, in which graph is the cyclist moving at the fastest speed?

A. B.- A.
- B.

- Is this student coming nearer to his home or moving away from his home?
- He is coming nearer his home
- He is moving away from his home

- Assuming this graph represents a journey made by Kevin, which story is true?
- Kevin started his journey 30 km from home and arrived home after 3 hours.
- Kevin started his journey 30 km from home and did not move for the 3 hours shown in the graph.
- Kevin started his journey and travelled 3 km in 30 minutes.

- Assuming this graph represents a journey made by Freda, which story is represented in the graph?
- In the first hour Freda travels at 10 km per hour and in the next hour she travels 20km.
- In the first hour Freda travels at 10 km per hour and in the next 2 hours she travels 10 km per hour.
- In the first hour Freda travels at 10 km per hour and in the next 2 hours she travels another 10km.
- In the first hour Freda travels at 10 km per hour and in the next hour she travels 10 km.

- Fergus is a runner. He runs from his house at a steady speed until he gets to a marker, which is a distance of 5 kilometres from home, taking 20 minutes to do it. He immediately turns for home and runs at a slower, steady speed, arriving back a further 25 minutes later. Which of these graphs represents Fergus’s run?
- In this graph, which has the faster average speed, horse A or horse B?
- Horse A
- Horse B

- Given that the following diagrams represents volume vs. height of a cylindrical shaped container, which of the following diagrams will represent the cylinder with the larger radius?

A. B.- A.
- B.

- This graph represents the volume of liquid in a container vs. the height of the liquid. The diagrams below are 2-dimensional representations of possible containers. Which of the containers could the graph represent?
- This graph represents the volume of liquid in a container vs. the height of the liquid. The diagrams below are 2-dimensional representations of possible containers. Which of the containers could the graph represent?
- Match this time vs. distance graph with the correct statement.
- Moving at steady, moderate pace
- Moving at a very fast pace, then moving gradually to a slower pace
- Moving at a fast, steady pace
- Moving fast, then slowing slightly, then going faster again

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