Besides obviously distance at any instant, on a connected, continuous distance-time graph, you can obtain instantaneous velocity and instantaneous acceleration.
Hey there in order to calculate distance time graph you must make sure that you find the area underneath the graph. This will be its distance
A travel time graph can be used to find the distance from the epicenter of an earthquake.
distance time graph is a graph traveled in a graph which shows how much we have traveled in equal period of time.
a distance- time graph is a graph that the variations in distance against the variations in time .the gradient of this graph gives up the value of speed.-the definition of speed is speed is the time taken to travel a certain distance.
from a velocity time graph you can find the distance the object travelled per second.
The slope of a distance-time graph represents speed.
The area under a v/t graph is how far you've gone. Choose a point on the time axis, read off the speed and find the area underneath. If its a straight line graph, all you have to do is find the area of the triangle. This area is the distance travelled in this particular time. Repeat for several more points on the time axis. Plot distance against time.
Displacement is the area under the velocity-time graph. Refer to the related links for more information.
the distance from a epicenter to an earthquake :)
To find the average speed or rate of something.(:
speed is the gradient under the distance vs time graph which is change in distance /change in time
Distance = Area under the graph.
No. The slope of the distance-time graph is the change in distance per unit of time - otherwise known as speed. Acceleration is the slope of the speed time graph.
Simply put, a velocity time graph is velocity (m/s) in the Y coordinate and time (s) in the X and a position time graph is distance (m) in the Y coordinate and time (s) in the X if you where to find the slope of a tangent on a distance time graph, it would give you the velocity whereas the slope on a velocity time graph would give you the acceleration.
Typically distance is plotted on the y-axis of a distance-time graph.
The slope of a distance versus time graph tells you the rate of change of distance with time. That is, it tells you the velocity.
Object will change distance time graph when speed is changing. Distance time graph don't changed indicate of the stationary.
A straight line on a distance - time graph represents a "constant velocity".
A distance time graph would show the distance traveled.
-- If the distance-time graph is a straight line, then the magnitude of acceleration is zero. -- If the magnitude of acceleration is not zero, then the distance-time graph is curved.
The variable plotted along the vertical axis is the distance in the first case, speed in the second. The gradient of (the tangent to) the distance-time graph is the speed while the area under the curve of the speed-time graph is the distance.
A graph with distance traveled on one axis and time on the other. Time will go on the x axis and distance on the y because distance depends on the time.
Since it is called a distance time graph I don't think it is too wild a guess to suggest that they might be "distance" and "time"!
The speed is the slope of the curve in such a graph.
That's not correct. If you have a graph of distance as a function of time, the speed is the slope of the graph.