Consider these statements written in ordinary language:
A The speed of the car is proportional to the distance it has traveled.
B The car is speeding up.
C The car is slowing down.
D The car always travels the same distance in the same time interval.
E We are driving backwards.
F Our acceleration is decreasing. Denoting by [math] the distance covered by the car at time [math], and letting [math] denote a constant, match these statements with the following mathematical statements by entering the letters A through F on the appropriate boxes:
[math]
[math] is constant
[math]
[math]
[math]
[math]