It is false
A horizontal line.
it depends on what the graph is. if it is a distance vs time graph, the line will be a line with the slope being the speed/total time if it is a speed vs. time graph, the line will be horizontal at y=the speed if it is an acceleration vs time graph, the line will be horizontal at y=0
A straight horizontal one does.
distance = velocity x time so on the graph velocity is slope. If slope is zero (horizontal line) there is no motion
It means the item represented by the graph is not moving. Thus the speed is 0.
To calculate the gradient of the line on a graph, you need to divide the changein the vertical axis by the change in the horizontal axis.
A horizontal line on a distance-time graph means the object is at rest.
on a distance time graph, the slope of the line represents the speed of the object. A horizontal line indicates no movement. The object is at rest.
a horizontal line :)
if the speed is zero then the distance versus time line will be horizontal
It represents that the object is remaining at a fixed distance. Typically that means it is not moving.Motion in a horizontal line by distance can be shown on a graph. This is what tells the Y-axis.
That the object is moving at a constant speed
time is normally the horizontal line
The curved line on a time vs. distance graph represents that the object is accelerating.
Distance-time graph will show a straight line with a positive slope. Speed-time graph will show a horizontal line at the uniform speed. Acceleration-time graph will show a horizontal line at a = 0.