You find the slope of the tangent to the curve at the point of interest.
You find the point(s) at which the slope of the curve is greatest.
The graph of a linear function is a line with a constant slope. The graph of an exponential function is a curve with a non-constant slope. The slope of a given curve at a specified point is the derivative evaluated at that point.
The slope of the graph line or curve.
A gradual change in the gradient (slope).
You find the tangent to the curve at the point of interest and then find the slope of the tangent.
The slope of the curve at each point on thegraph is the speed at that point in time. (Not velocity.)
The slope of the curve.
By the slope of the curve.
It is the gradient (slope) of the line.
the slope of a tangent to the curve of a V vs T graph is acceleration at that point in time. the derivative of the function for the V vs T graph would be the function for acceleration at any given time
The slope of the curve.
The gradient of the tangents to the curve.
The speed is the slope of the curve in such a graph.
The slope of the speed/time graph is the magnitude of acceleration. (It's very difficult to draw a graph of velocity, unless the direction is constant.)
Find the slope of a graph of velocity vs. time.
You can't, since the slope of the graph means average velocity and the area of the graph has no meaning. The only way to find instantaneous velocity from position-time gragh is by plugging the data into the kinematic equations to get the answer. Edit: Actually you can if you take the derivative of the equation of the curve it will give you the equation of the velocity curve
The slope of a curved line at a point is the slope of the tangent to the curve at that point. If you know the equation of the curve and the curve is well behaved, you can find the derivative of the equation of the curve. The value of the derivative, at the point in question, is the slope of the curved line at that point.
Slope of a Curve A number which is used to indicate the steepness of a curve at a particular point.The slope of a curve at a point is defined to be the slope of the tangent line. Thus the slope of a curve at a point is found using the derivative
By differentiating the answer and plugging in the x value along the curve, you are finding the exact slope of the curve at that point. In effect, this would be the slope of the tangent line, as a tangent line only intersects another at one point. To find the equation of a tangent line to a curve, use the point slope form (y-y1)=m(x-x1), m being the slope. Use the differential to find the slope and use the point on the curve to plug in for (x1, y1).
The rate of Change in acceleration.
The rate of change in accelleration.
Use the four-step process to find the slope of the tangent line to the graph of the given function at any point.