Case I:
 For the velocity vs. time curve, calculate the values
at 2, 4, and 6 seconds. Remember, these points are found by finding the
area under the curve (mathematically this is integration).
 Set up the velocity scale on the graph and plot these
points.
 Sketch in the curve connecting the points. Yes, this
is a connect the dots situations, but the connecting lines should be
concavedupward, concaveddownward, or a straight line as is appropriate
to the situation. Sketch them as realistically as possible short of
actually deriving the equations and plotting additional data point.
 Repeat the above for the displacement vs time curve.
Case II:
 Follow the instructions 1 through 3 show in Case I
for the displacement vs. time curve of Case II.
 Follow the instructions 1 through 3 show in Case I
for the acceleration vs. time curve of Case II, except, note that the
acceleration is a derivative (slope at a point) of the velocity
function.
Case III:
 Follow the instruction 2 show in Case II for the
velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time curves of Case III.
