Speed can be shown on a graph of position versus time, and acceleration can be shown on a graph of speed versus time.
It depends what you wish to show.
It is a line chart which usually starts at the origin, goes up in the first quadrant. It may return to the horizontal axis.
Speed is a continuous variable since it can take on an infinite set of values.
13.1/10.4 = 1.26 that is Great Fallls is 26% greater wind speed than Chicago
Acceleration is how fast you get up to speed.
Yes. One shows speed and the other shows acceleration. The variables are usually plotted against time but that need not be the case. They could be plotted against displacement, for example.
A graph that shows speed versus time is not an acceleration graph.The slope of the graph at any point is the acceleration at that time.A straight line shows that the acceleration is constant.
A speed graph measures the distance devided over time. Acceleration graph measures the change in speed over time.
On speed-time graph can measure acceleration by getting the slope.
Acceleration is indicated on a speed/time graph.
Acceleration=change in y graph/change in x graph
Acceleration is negative.
On a speed versus time graph, acceleration is represented by the line on the graph. If acceleration is constant, the line cuts through equally between the axis and starts from the zero point.
No. Slope of position/time graph is speed, or magnitude of velocity.Slope of speed/time graph is magnitude of acceleration.
The slope is the acceleration. Acceleration is the time derivative of velocity.
No. The slope on a speed vs time graph tells the acceleration.