Hello everyone, I'm having difficulty answering this one problem, please if anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it:

The figure represents part of the performance data of a car owned by a proud physics student. (The horizontal axis is marked in increments of 2 s and the vertical axis is marked in increments of 2 m/s.)

(a) Calculate from the graph the total distance traveled.

<input ... > m

(b) What distance does the car travel between the times

*t* = 2 s and

*t* = 8 s?

<input ... > m

(c) Draw a graph of its acceleration versus time between

*t* = 0 and

*t* = 10 s.

(Do this on paper. Your instructor may ask you to turn in this work.)

(d) Write an equation for

*x* as a function of time for each phase of the motion, as represented in the graph by 0

*a*,

*ab*, and

*bc*. For part (i), choose an equation that provides the final position of the car at time

*t*_{f} in terms of the initial velocity and the acceleration. Use

*t* within your equations as necessary to represent the quantity

Δ*t* (i.e. "

*t*_{f} -

*t*_{i} ").

(i) 0

*a* *x*_{f} = <input ... >

m

(ii)

*ab* *x*_{f} = <input ... >

m

(iii)

*bc* *x*_{f} = <input ... >

m

(e) What is the average velocity of the car between

*t* = 0 and

*t* = 10 s?

<input ... > m/s