Arthur sits in the park reading a newspaper, then starts walking home at a constant pace. He stops for bagels, then walks the rest of

Arthur sits in the park reading a newspaper, then starts walking home at a constant pace. He stops for bagels, then walks the rest of the way home.
1. What does the x-axis represent in this situation?
2. What does the y-axis represent?
3. During which parts of the graph does Arthur’s distance from home decrease?
4. When is Arthur waiting for bagels? Explain how you know.

5. If Arthur’s pace had not been constant after leaving the bagel shop, which part of the graph would change? Explain how that part of the graph would change.

6. If Arthur had spent less time reading his newspaper, which part of the graph would change? How would that part change?

1-3 have already been answered. I need 4-6 answered

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