It is a coordinate of x and y on the coordinate plane
Nothing particular. The graph of y = x2, for example, changes slope at each point on the graph.
The origin. This is the point at which each axis is at 0.
The slope at each point on a speed/time graph is themagnitude of acceleration at that point in time.
Because each vertical lines meets its graph in a unique point.
The slope of the graph of speed vs time at each point isthe magnitude of the acceleration at that point in time.
they are called error bars. It represents the amount of error associated with each data point
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.
-- Graph each equation individually. -- Examine the graph to find points where the individual graphs intersect. -- The points where the individual graphs intersect are the solutions of the system of equations.
The slope at each point of a displacement/time graph is the speed at that instant of time. (Not velocity.)