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Q: What does it mean when there is a curved line going upwards on a graph?

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Yes.

price or equilibrium A curve

The slope of each point on the line on the graph is the rate of change at that point. If the graph is a straight line, then its slope is constant. If the graph is a curved line, then its slope changes.

Not curved.

A curved line represents changing speed - either acceleration or deceleration - while a straight line indicates that the speed is constant.

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from the point at rest the line will be curved and going diagonally upwards visual: http://www.gravitywarpdrive.com/General_Relativity_Images/Falling_Ball_Graph_Distance.gif

it is a line on a graph that is curved

The curved line on a time vs. distance graph represents that the object is accelerating.

When an object's speed increases the graph is a staight line going upwards but when an objects's speed decreases then the graph is a straight line going downwards.

Yes.

price or equilibrium A curve

In terms of a graph, a straight line, going through the origin and upwards to the right.

The name of a curved line gragh is a pie chart or a circle gragh.

Any curved line on a distance/time graph indicates the presence of accelerationthat's causing a change in the magnituide of the velocity. But if the object's speedis constant, and the acceleration is changing its direction only, then the line on theD-T graph would remain straight.In summary:Every curved line on a D-T graph reveals acceleration, but not every accelerationproduces a curved line on a D-T graph.

a broken line graph has numbres going everywhere and a line graph has numbers going on a steady rate (e.g 50,10,90 for a broken line graph) (eg 2,4,6 for a line graph) hope i helped :D

"Curved" refers to something that deviates from a straight line. It may refer to a bend in the road, a line on a graph, or the trajectory of a baseball.

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