An upward sloping straight line indicates that the object being studied is moving away from the origin and that the component of its velocity in the radial direction is a constant. A downward sloping line indicates it is moving towards the origin. However, neither line says anything about the transverse component of its motion.
It means that as time goes on, the distance increases quickly.
A straight line on a distance - time graph represents a "constant velocity".
Slowing down or decelerating
-- If the distance-time graph is a straight line, then the magnitude of acceleration is zero. -- If the magnitude of acceleration is not zero, then the distance-time graph is curved.
It means that either the distance is measured from the starting-line and the object is moving forward, or else the distance is measured from the finish-line and the object is moving backwards, because the distance is growing as time goes on. If the upward sloping diagonal line is straight, it means the speed is constant. (not velocity)
An upward sloping straight line.
It is accelearting at a constant rate.
A straight line, through the origin, sloping up from left to right. The gradient of the graph will be the constant of proportionality.
A straight line on a distance/time graph means that the speed is constant. In every unit of time the distance increases by the same amount.
An Upward Sloping Straight Line. <3