A slope does not have any speed.
The speed. Also, if a positive slope represents the speed in one direction, the negative slope is the speed in the opposite direction.
No. The slope on a speed vs time graph tells the acceleration.
yes there is the higher the height of the slope the quicker the speed is, so as the height of the slope increases, the speed of the object decreases
Slope of speed vs time graph = acceleration.
position divided by time=speed. (y/x=speed). (slope=speed)
If slope remains constant then body moves with uniform speed. If slope changes (increases) by time then body is accelerated If slope gets decreased then body has to be decelerated i.e retarded
The slope of the speed-vs-time graph is the magnitude of acceleration.
The angle of the graphed slope changes with changes in speed.
Slope at any point is speed. if slope is constant (staight line)then speed is constant; if curved up speed is accelerating. If curved down it is decelerating
Because a slope of zero indicates that the y-value (speed) isn't changing.
the slope of a speed-time graph is acceleration this slope is change in speed divided by change in time *Twinky~
The slope of a speed/time graph at any point is the acceleration at that instant.