__Discussion Questions__

- What type of motion is described the graph?
- What are the maximum and minimum x positions of the pedal? The y positions? Write these as coordinate pairs (x, y).
- Sketch the real motion of the pedal, indicating at least 8 equally-spaced points in time.
- What is the period (length) of the cycle?

__Discussion Questions__

- What type of motion is described the graph?
- What are the maximum and minimum angles of the arm?
- Sketch the real motion of the arm, indicating at least 8 equally-spaced points in time.
- What is the period (length) of one cycle?

__Discussion Questions__

- What phenomenon is described in the graph?
- What are the minimum and maximum values of potential?
- Is a cycle described in the graph? If so, describe the cycle in words, relating potential to exercise activity.
- What is the period (length) of one cycle?

__Discussion Questions__

- What phenomenon is described in the graph?
- What are the minimum and maximum values of flow rate?
- What is the average minimum value of flow rate? The average maximum value?
- Is a cycle described in the graph? If so, describe the cycle in words, relating flow rate to behavior.
- What is the period (length) of one cycle?

The following books from Schottenbauer Publishing contain a more extensive collection of graphs and data pertaining to the science of athletic training:

*Graphs & Data for Science Lab: Multi-Volume Series*- The Science of the Athletic Training
- Volume 1: Force, Velocity, Acceleration
- Volume 2: Biophysics
- Volume 3: Video Analysis
- Volume 4: Video Analysis
- The Science of Exercise Equipment
- Volume 1: Force, Velocity, Acceleration
- Volume 2: Biophysics
- Volume 3: Video Analysis
- Volume 4: Video Analysis

- The Science of Gymnastics
- Volume 1: Force, Velocity, Acceleration
- Volume 2: Biophysics
- Volume 3: Video Analysis
- Volume 4: Video Analysis
- The Science of Yoga, Pilates, & Ballet
- Volume 1: Force, Velocity, Acceleration
- Volume 2: Biophysics
- Volume 3: Video Analysis
- Volume 4: Video Analysis

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