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Q: Which of the following graphs best represents speed on a graph?

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The point on the graph will be higher (in the normal configuration of such graphs).

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You could try a speed-time graph, or a distance-time graph.

Any graph that isn't a straight horizontal line is a graph of speed with acceleration.

The gradient (slope) of the line on the graph.

It represents the speed of a moving object at any time covered by the graph.

Speed-Versus-Time Graph and Distance-Versus-Time graph are the two types of graphs that can be used to analyze the motion of an accelerating object.

The slope of a velocity-time graph represents acceleration.

The slope of a distance-time graph represents speed.

A speed graph has a slope that is greater than zero that is shown on an object accelerating. Graphs that show straight means constant speed and is kept at a negative slope.

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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)

Speed-Versus-Time Graph and Distance-Versus-Time graph are the two types of graphs that can be used to analyze the motion of an accelerating object.

Assuming it is a spped v/s time graph, a horizontal line represents motion at a constant speed.

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An incline represents acceleration, a straight line represents a constant speed and a decline represents slowing down.

The slope of a speed vs position graph represents the rate at which the velocity is changing ( increasing or decreasing). This is the acceleration.

The slope of a line on a distance-time graph represents the speed or velocity. The steeper the line is and the greater the slope of the line is, the faster the object is moving.

On a distance-time graph, the gradient of the line is numerically equal to the speed. therefore if you get the rise over the run you should be able to calculate the speed traveled at.

A time graphs units is what is used for the y-axis. This is what show the speed in time.

The gradient (slope) of the tangent to the graph at the given time - provided that it exists. If the graph is a straight line at that point, it is the gradient of that line.

A straight line on a distance/time graph means that the speed is constant. In every unit of time the distance increases by the same amount.

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