Deceleration (negative acceleration) is represented by a negative slope on a velocity-time graph.
The slope of a velocity-versus-time graph represents the acceleration of the object.
It shows up as a part of the graph where its slope is negative.
It is radial the velocity in a direction towards or away from a fixed point of reference (the origin) at a given time. The velocity time graph takes no account of motion in a direction across the radial direction.
On a velocity vs time graph, an object that is motionless is represented by a horizontal line through the zero velocity point.
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If time is the x-axis as expected then the x-intercept would be zero movement of the velocity.
By a line that slopes down as it moves from left to right.
What are the advantages of velocity- time graph?
A velocity time graph is still a velocity time graph - no matter the degree of detail that you look at it.
The rate of acceleration is a measure of the change of the velocity of an object with time. On a graph of velocity versus time, it is represented by the slope of the line so graphed. If velocity is changing in time, the object described is being accelerated. The greater the slope of the graph, the greater the change of velocity per unit of time and the greater the acceleration of that object. true
velocity time graph shows the relation between velocity , time , and displacement.