The slope of a velocity-time graph is acceleration. If it is a straight line, then it is the average acceleration. Force is not part of the velocity-time graph.
The gradient of the tangent to the velocity-time graph at any point is the acceleration at that point. If the v-t graph is a straight line then the gradient of that line is the acceleration.
Acceleration is 0.
The graph of force versus acceleration tells us that there is a direct relationship between the force applied to an object and the amount of acceleration that object experiences. More force applied, more acceleration, and much more force applied yields much more acceleration.
Rate of change in the acceleration.
Speed can be shown on a graph of position versus time, and acceleration can be shown on a graph of speed versus time.
Any graph that isn't a straight horizontal line is a graph of speed with acceleration.
Indirectly, yes. If the graph is a straight line there is no acceleration, if the graph is not linear there is acceleration.
If the graph is a straight line, then the slope of the line is the average acceleration of the ball.
The position versus time graph is parabolic.
A straight line.
By showing a straight line.
Acceleration is how fast you get up to speed.
The graph is a straight line whose slope is the acceleration of gravity.
Acceleration versus time is constant, equal to the acceleration of gravity.The graph is a straight horizontal line, at the height of [ Y=9.8 ] (metric), or [ Y=32.2 ] (english).
A straight slanted slope on a velocity-time graph indicates that the object is moving with a constant acceleration.
Yes, acceleration is the slope of a velocity versus time graph.