This is the graph which we needed to make the line horizontal. To achieve this, we needed to stay still.
This is the graph that has a line that decreases smoothly. To match this graph, we had to walk forward at a constant speed.
This is the graph that increases smoothly. To match this graph, we had to walk backwards in a constant speed.
This is the zig zag graph. To make this graph, we walked both backwards and forwards in a random pace.
To match this graph, first we had to find the position that matches the graph which are the very first position, and the position when the graph increases, and then the position when the graph decreases. Then we counted the seconds and moved to the positions we found at the correct time.
The graph was hard to match so it isn’t matched well. However, to match this graph, when the line is in the position 0 for the y-axis, we had to stop. To make the first area that decreases, we had to move forward at a speed that is not too fast and not too slow. Then to make the second area which is when the graph moves up we had to move back at a speed that is faster than the previous speed. Then, we had to move forward fastly and go back as fast as possible and stop for a few seconds. Finally, we had to move backwards as fast as possible and come back.
We couldn’t do the graph E. However, the graph looks like this:
To match this graph, first you have to walk backward. First you should walk slowly and gradually increase the speed. As you get to the end of the increasing line, you should keep on walking at the same constant speed which should be the fastest speed. Then you go forward and keep walking but adjust the speed so that it will become a tiny bit slower. Then for the last second or so, stand still.