Table of Contents

- 1 What does the slope of velocity time graph give?
- 2 What does a slope in a velocity vs time graph tell you?
- 3 What does the slope of velocity time graph gives Class 9?
- 4 What does the slope of a time graph represent?
- 5 What is slope of graph in physics?
- 6 What is the quantity which is measured by the area occupied by velocity time graph?
- 7 What quantity is described to be the slope of distance vs time?
- 8 What does the slope of at graph represent?
- 9 What does the slope of a velocity time graph indicate?
- 10 What does velocity and time graph represent?

## What does the slope of velocity time graph give?

Acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes over time. The slope of the velocity time graph indicates the acceleration produced when we plot velocity along the Y-axis and time along the X-axis.

## What does a slope in a velocity vs time graph tell you?

The slope of a velocity-time graph reveals information about an object’s acceleration.

**What does the slope of the graph give?**

The slope of a straight line graph gives the rate of change of quantity taken on y-axis with the quantity taken on x-axis.

### What does the slope of velocity time graph gives Class 9?

acceleration

The slope of the velocity-graph is called acceleration. Because an object goes from one point to another and the change in velocity does not remain constant.

### What does the slope of a time graph represent?

What does the slope represent on a position graph? The slope of a position graph represents the velocity of the object. So the value of the slope at a particular time represents the velocity of the object at that instant.

**What does the slope of position time graph and velocity time graph represent at any instant?**

We already know that the acceleration is the quantity that has a SI unit as m/s2. Hence, the slope of a velocity-time graph represents the acceleration of the body. Thus, the correct answer is option C.

#### What is slope of graph in physics?

The slope of a position graph represents the velocity of the object. So the value of the slope at a particular time represents the velocity of the object at that instant.

#### What is the quantity which is measured by the area occupied by velocity time graph?

displacement

What is the quantity which is measured by the area occupied below the velocity-time graph? The area occupied under the velocity-time graph is the distance travelled by the moving body. The area under a velocity-time graph is the displacement.

**What quantity does the slope of a distance vs time graph represent?**

speed

The slope of the distance-time graph indicates speed. It is because the slope of a distance-time graph determines the speed of that body, so the steeper the slope greater will be the speed of the body.

## What quantity is described to be the slope of distance vs time?

The slope of a distance-time graph represents speed. The steeper the slope is, the faster the speed.

## What does the slope of at graph represent?

The slope of an acceleration graph represents a quantity called the jerk. The jerk is the rate of change of the acceleration.

**What does the slope of a speed vs. time graph represent?**

The slope tells you the object is traveling at a constant speed. If the position vs time graph is not linear, the slope tells you the average speed between the two points.

### What does the slope of a velocity time graph indicate?

The slope of a position-time graph reveals the type of velocity an object undergoes during its motion. A constant slope of a position-time graph indicates a constant velocity. A varying slope of a position-time graph indicates a changing velocity.

### What does velocity and time graph represent?

A velocity-time graph shows changes in velocity of a moving object over time. The slope of a velocity-time graph represents acceleration of the moving object.

**What are velocity vs. time graphs?**

Velocity vs. time graph shows the variation of velocity with time. If the velocity-time graph is a straight line parallel to the x axis, the object moves with constant velocity. If the graph is a straight line (not parallel to the x axis), the velocity is increasing uniformly i.e.