# Can you help me interpret the motion of the following position-time graph?

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I want to interpret the motion of each slope in this p-t graph. For example, considering that the position is in (m) [N], I would say that the first slope represents an object moving [N] at a constant velocity. But, how would I interpret slopes that go are situated **below the x-axis**?

I want to interpret the motion of each slope in this p-t graph. For example, considering that the position is in (m) [N], I would say that the first slope represents an object moving [N] at a constant velocity. But, how would I interpret slopes that go are situated **below the x-axis**?

Certainly, please provide the position-time graph for interpretation.

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