The slope of a distance-time graph represents speed.
Speed. (Not velocity.)
No. The slope of the distance-time graph is the change in distance per unit of time - otherwise known as speed. Acceleration is the slope of the speed time graph.
The slope of the line on distance vs time is the same as the change of distance with respect to time...which is called "speed".
The slope of this graph gives the speed.
Slope of time Vs distance graph gives the inverse of velocity.
Velocity of the Particle -PRAKHAR
The slope of a line tells a person what the rate of change is for a certain amount of time. For instance, on a graph where distance is the X axis and time is the Y axis, the slope will tell the velocity, literally, distance/time.
Steep slope on a distance/time graph indicates high speed.
It tells you that the speed of the object is not changing. The speed is represented by the slope in a distance vs. time graph, if slope doesn't change, speed doesn't.