slope of distance over time is speed or velocity. Velocity also includes direction.
Slope of time Vs distance graph gives the inverse of velocity.
If by position, you mean distance, then the slope or gradient of the line of distance vs. time represents speed.
The slope of the distance vs time graphs will give you the velocity (or speed)
The slope of [distance vs. time] is [speed]. If the slope is constant, then the speed is constant,meaning the magnitude of acceleration is zero.(The direction of velocity might still be changing though, which wouldn't show up on the graph.)
The slope of the line on distance vs time is the same as the change of distance with respect to time...which is called "speed".
it will never be a vertical line as the slope is velocity and that would be infinite speed
The slope is the change in distance between any two points divided by the change in time between them.
A plot of velocity AND (by change in slope) acceleration.
Speed. (Not velocity.)
Yes. Speed is the rate at which distance changes over time. In calculus terms v = dx/dt, or the slope of the distance vs. time graph. If the slope of the distance vs. time graph is a straight line, the speed is constant.
The slope of the distance/time graph is the speed of motion. When the slope is zero, the distance is the same value at every time. Together, they indicate that the speed is zero, and the object is sitting in the same place as time goes on.
Velocity of the Particle -PRAKHAR
Slope of the graph will give you speed.
It gives the speed of the moving particle.
The slope of a line or a distance-vs-time graph will represent the speed of the object.
The slope of a graph with distance on the Y axis and time on the X represents the speed. Sometimes we say it represents velocity. (Speed with direction = velocity)
Rate can be the slope of a line when some variables are graphed. Ex: When graphing distance vs time for a moving object the slope of the line is the rate.
The slope of the line between two points on the distance/time graph is the same as the average speed during the time interval between those points.
Slope of speed vs time graph = acceleration.
The slope of a temperature vs time graph shows the rate of change of temperature. The slope will be positive if the temperature is increasing with time and negative if it is decreasing.
It tells you that the speed of the object is not changing. The speed is represented by the slope in a distance vs. time graph, if slope doesn't change, speed doesn't.
If you graph distance vs. time, the slope of the line will be the average speed.
Speed. Not "velocity" unless you also quote the direction of travel.
The slope of a position vs time graph gives the velocity of the object moving.