The slope on a position-time graph is the velocity.
The velocity position time graph is rightward. This can change at anytime.
The slope of a position-time graph is velocity. The slope of a velocity-time graph is acceleration. Displacement also can be determined by determining the area under the slope of a velocity-time graph.
No. Slope of position/time graph is speed, or magnitude of velocity.Slope of speed/time graph is magnitude of acceleration.
The slope of a line on a position/time graph, represents rate of change.
By calculating the slope at different or deisired points on the position-time graph by drawing tangents at the points. Since, slopes on a position-time graph represent velocity, you now have the velocity of the object at the time on which you have drawn the tangents. Now, that you have the velocity and you already had the time, all you have to is sketch the velocity-time graph Remember Slope (velocity on position-time graph)= 'd2-d1' divided by 't2-t1'
The area of a position-time graph does not have a meaning. However, the area under a velocity-time graph is the displacement. Refer to the related link below for an illustration.
The slope of a position vs time graph gives the velocity of the object moving.
The Average Velocity on a position time graph or a velocity time graph.
A girl walks along a straight path to drop a letter in the letterbox and comes back to his initial position. Her displacement-time graph. Plot a velocity-time graph for the same
The position at time t (and therefore the height of the p-t graph) will be the area under the v-t curve between time 0 and t.
A steep slope on a position-time graph indicates an average velocity with a fast speed.
That means the speed (the slope of the position-time graph) is decreasing.
The line on a position-time graph represents velocity.
Time is the independent variable and as such is on the x-axis.
A position time graph can show you velocity. As time changes, so does position, and the velocity of the object can be determined. For a speed time graph, you can derive acceleration. As time changes, so does velocity, and the acceleration of the object can be determined.If you are plotting velocity (speed) versus time, the slope is the acceleration.
It is the average velocity.
speed (not velocity)
No, but the slope of the graph does.
Distance covered at a given time.
Position-Time GraphYou can graph motion on a position vs time graph. On a position vs time graph, position is on the y-axis and time is on the x-axis. If the velocity is constant, the graph will be a straight line and the slope is average velocity. If the motion is accelerating, the graph will be a curved line.Velocity-Time GraphYou can also graph motion on a Velocity-Time graph. On a velocity vs time graph, velocity is on the y-axis, time is on the x-axis. If the graph is a straight line, velocity is constant and the slope is average acceleration. Also, on a velocity vs time graph, the area under the line is displacement.Refer to the related link for illustrations of the different graphs of motion and their meanings.
As, in the velocity-time graph, curves passes through zero means 'when time is zero velocity is zero'. Velocity is time derivative of displacement. So displacement is maximum or minimum when time is zero in position-time graph.