I don't see why the people are laughing, the graph is about speed: time/distance (t/s) equals to V, and V is the sign for speed.
The blue line (you) is representing a person that isn't moving, the red line (man) is moving at very high speeds but light (yellow) is faster. I don't know what the violet shit is though.
You're actually quite retarded. That's functions maps t(d), not d(t). Speed is d/t, you know? And
Wait, Imma write down the formula in Word then show ya.
@Alen Don't know how to explain this to you any further. This is what my text book about physics says (translated):
The average speed over a finite time interval is the total distance traveled divided by the time duration, or simplified v=t/s where v presents speed, t represents time and s represents distance.
Wikipedia says: speed has the dimensions of a length divided by a time. It's as simple as that, and the sentence brings us back to the theory I've been giving you: v=t/s
where ds is time and dt is distance.
Last edited by Lucianberg; 05-09-2011 at 11:41 AM.