# [Video]E-Math: Speed-time Graph to Distance-time & Acceleration-time Graph

I was asked the above question in this comment. I understand many students are facing the challenge in sketching distance-time graph given speed-time and vice versa. I have prepared 2 videos to share with you what I taught my students in my weekly coaching programme.

Video 1: Convert Speed-time graph to Distance-time graph.
(10 min)

Video 2: Convert Speed-time graph to Acceleration-time graph.(3min)

(I'm sorry there's an error in the video at time 2:10s, the acceleration should be -6)

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### 15 Responses to [Video]E-Math: Speed-time Graph to Distance-time & Acceleration-time Graph

1. Hi Ai Ling,
I came over from A List Bloggers to visit your blog. It's a fascinating site. I could use a good math tutor - for sure. I wish someone like you had been around when I needed it. I became a writer to avoid math!

I look forward to getting to know you through the forums.

Sincerely,
Angela Artemis

Hi Angela, THANK YOU for coming by. As my niche is very much different from most folks in the club, I felt different too! Haha but I want to put what I have learnt into practice as well as learn from you and the rest of the club members.
Cya at the club.

2. M.Meyammai Abirami says:

Need some help in solving cubic equations. Any particular methods involved in solving them? Thank You.

3. ZHAO PEIQI says:

its really appreciative of you to respond to my post to you, and help do up this video, which takes your precious time. the presentation is very clear, and im more confident about it now. basically, just convert from speed time graph, to the other two types. how abt displacement time grah? thank you very much, hope more viewers will come support this site.

4. A Irfan says:

ur videos r excellent and amazing.plz give videos regarding ratio,percentage questions

5. Anna says:

Awesome video , i find it helpful :)

6. foo says:

Thanks for the very straight to the point way of converting speed time graph to distance time graph.

foo

7. Suzanne says:

I like how you make everything simple and easy to understand. Thanks a bunch, I really needed to know how to do this and written explanations weren't helping. Your one did though. Keep up the good work \$\$^_^)/

8. Paki says:

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9. shirley yee says:

thanks for the post. it really is easy to learn. finally rem how to draw the graphs.. hope my tuition kid will get it. thanks.

10. M. Areeb Nafey says:

Hi! And thanks a ton!
I am generally good in Math, but just an hour or so before the EXAM, I forgot how to convert speed-time graphs to distance-time graphs. Hearty gratitude to you for this favour!
May Allah reward you!

Thanks for sending me the message!
Really brighten up my day!

11. June Poon says:

Hi Ai Ling,

Is it possible to share the above 2 videos again as I was going to use them to explain it to my son when I realised that it is no longer to view them.
Appreciate your help as the explanation given in the 2 videos are easily understood.

Thank you

Hi June,

Thank you for bringing up the videos on this post. The previous video provider has discontinued non-commercial users so I have uploaded the videos on youtube.

You may now click and play them.

I hope they will help your son to understand the concepts clearer.