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Q: Does a line on a graph become less steep when the distance increases?

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It means that as time goes on, the distance increases quickly.

Steep slope on a distance/time graph indicates high speed.

With distance on the x axis and time on the y axis a steep line would indicate a short distance traveled over a long period of time, depending on the scale of the graph.

What does a steep looks like

It means you are going very fast

I assume this question refers to the coefficient of the squared term in a quadratic and not a variable (as stated in the question). That is, it refers to the a in ax2 + bx + c where x is the variable.When a is a very large positive number, the graph is a very narrow or steep-sided cup shape. As a become smaller, the graph gets wider until, when a equals zero (and the equation is no longer a quadratic) the graph is a horizontal line. Then as a becomes negative, the graph becomes cap shaped. As the magnitude of a increases, the sides of the graph become steeper.

A steep slope on a position-time graph indicates an average velocity with a fast speed.

It looks for all the world exactly as if it were a steep line.

Im guessing that this is a distance over time graph. if so, the gradient of the line of best fit would have a low value. (not be very steep)

Im guessing that this is a distance over time graph. if so, the gradient of the line of best fit would have a low value. (not be very steep)

If the slope is 'uphill' then the car is going faster

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