It is false
A line graph, not surprisingly!
Test it by the vertical line test. That is, if a vertical line passes through the two points of the graph, this graph is not the graph of a function.
It means there is no movement towards or away from the point from which distances are measured - usually the origin. The object can be moving in a transverse direction at any speed and the graph would not show it.
a vertical one
It is false
Yes it is.
There are many things the graph does not show. It does not show my shoe size, for example.
the distance time graph will show a linear or a straight line
You can show the motion of an object on a line graph in which you plot distance versus time.
you can show motion by distance against time
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.
if the speed is zero then the distance versus time line will be horizontal
they both show in crease but a line graph may show decrease
If the line formed by the graph is straight, the speed is constant. A horizontal line would show the object as stationary.