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Q: How can you calculate the speed in a distance time graph?

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Speed (in the radial direction) = slope of the 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.

Hoe do you calculate bar graphs from speed

If you graph distance vs. time, the slope of the line will be the average speed.

the maximum speed is the point on the graph with the greatest slope. Note that the value this slope is the maximum speed, since the slope at any point on distance time graph is velocity

You can calculate speed by taking the gradient (dy/dx) from a Distance-time graph since s=d/t

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.

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

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.

The graph of distance vs time increases exponentially as speed increases.

time = distance ÷ speed

Distance = Area under the graph.

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