As the number of
seconds elapsed since the car started moving increases, the car’s distance
away from the intersection increases. As the number of seconds elapsed
since the car started moving increases, the car’s distance away from the
intersection decreases. For equal changes in the number of seconds elapsed
since the car started moving, the car’s distance away from the intersection
changes by equal amounts. For successive uniform changes in the number of
seconds elapsed since the car started moving, the car’s distance away from
the intersection changes by increasing amounts. For successive uniform
changes in the number of seconds elapsed since the car started moving, the
car’s distance away from the intersection changes by decreasing amounts.

Before watching the videos, think about and answer these questions to the best of your ability.

A car accelerates from rest away from an intersection. Which of the following
statements most accurately represents the relationship between the car’s distance
away from the intersection (in meters) and the number of seconds elapsed since
the car began accelerating away from the intersection?

Imagine the bottle below being filled with water. Which of the following statements
most accurately represents the relationship between the volume of water in the bottle
and the height of water in the bottle?

As the volume of water in the bottle increases, the height of water in the bottle
decreases. For successive uniform changes in the volume of water in the bottle, the
height of water in the bottle changes by increasing amounts. As the volume of
water in the bottle increases, the height of water in the bottle increases. For
successive uniform changes in the volume of water in the bottle, the height of water
in the bottle changes by decreasing amounts. For successive uniform changes in the
volume of water in the bottle, the height of water in the bottle changes by equal
amounts.