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 The location (comparison to start), often including direction is called POSITION An interval of length is called DISTANCE The space between two points DISTANCE For example, your seat is 10 m from the door. POSITION For example, a truck is 10 km north of the highway. POSITION For example, you measure 1 m from the left side of the door to the right side of the door. DISTANCE The ratio of rise to run ("rise over run") is SLOPE The "rise" of a slope refers to... CHANGE IN Y The "run" of a slope refers to... CHANGE IN X The x-axis on a graph where the slope is equal to speed would represent the variable of... TIME The y-axis on a graph where the slope is equal to speed would represent the variable of... DISTANCE The slope of a distance vs. time graph equals d/t or SPEED The type of speed calculated from slope is called AVERAGE SPEED The type of speed calculated using a single point on the line INSTANTANEOUS SPEED The speed calculated by total distance divided by total time is called AVERAGE SPEED A speed that accounts for increases and decreases in speeds is AVERAGE SPEED The speed at a particular point in time is called INSTANTANEOUS SPEED The speed at a particular location is called AVERAGE SPEED