Contents

- 1 What type of motion is occurring when slope of a position vs time graph is zero?
- 2 What type if motion is occurring when the slope of a position vs time graph is constant?
- 3 What type of motion is occurring when the slope of a velocity graph is zero?
- 4 When the slope of a velocity vs time graph is zero?
- 5 What is the slope of position vs time graph?
- 6 What does the slope of position-time graph gives?
- 7 What does the slope of a displacement vs time graph represent?
- 8 What type of motion is occurring when the slope of a distance vs time graph is negative?
- 9 What does the slope of a position vs time graph represent?
- 10 What does slope of a position-time graph gives?
- 11 When the slope of an object is negative it indicates that the object is moving blank?
- 12 What is the slope undefined?
- 13 What is non uniform motion?
- 14 What does the slope of VS graph represent?
- 15 What does slope of position time graph represent for a uniform motion?
- 16 When the slope of an object is negative it indicates that the object is moving?
- 17 What does the slope of a distance vs time graph represent?
- 18 What is the graph of an object that is at rest in a position time graph?
- 19 What is meant by uniform motion?
- 20 What does the slope of distance vs time graph represent?
- 21 What happens when the slope is 0?
- 22 What does a slope of 0 mean?
- 23 What is uniform linear motion?
- 24 Is circular motion uniform motion?
- 25 What does a slope of zero on a distance versus time graph show?
- 26 What is slope of a position vs time graph?
- 27 What is the slope of distance time graph when object is at rest?
- 28 What is the trend of the graph if the slope is negative?
- 29 What is uniform and nonuniform motion?
- 30 What is uniformly accelerated motion?

## What type of motion is occurring when slope of a position vs time graph is zero?

time graph is zero? The type of motion occurring when the slope of a distance vs. time graph is zero is **the object being measured was held at a single position away from the sensor**.

## What type if motion is occurring when the slope of a position vs time graph is constant?

Velocity is the slope of position vs. time. If that slope is not changing, **the velocity is constant**.

## What type of motion is occurring when the slope of a velocity graph is zero?

Note that a motion described as a **constant, positive velocity** results in a line of zero slope (a horizontal line has zero slope) when plotted as a velocity-time graph. Furthermore, only positive velocity values are plotted, corresponding to a motion with positive velocity.

## When the slope of a velocity vs time graph is zero?

As discussed in the previous part of Lesson 4, the shape of a velocity versus time graph reveals pertinent information about an object's acceleration. For example, **if the acceleration is zero, then the velocity-time graph is a horizontal line** (i.e., the slope is zero).

## What is the slope of position vs time graph?

The slope of a position-time graph **represents velocity**. The steeper the slope is, the faster the motion is changing. Average velocity can be calculated from a position-time graph as the change in position divided by the corresponding change in time.

## What does the slope of position-time graph gives?

The slope of the position-time graph indicates **velocity**.

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

Answer: (a) The slope of a displacement-time graph **gives the velocity**. If the slope is positive, it indicates that the body is moving away from the reference or the starting point. If the slope is negative, the body is reverting to the initial point.

## What type of motion is occurring when the slope of a distance vs time graph is negative?

time graph reveals pertinent information about an object's velocity. For example, a small slope means a small velocity; a negative slope means a **negative velocity**; a constant slope (straight line) means a constant velocity; a changing slope (curved line) means a changing velocity.

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

The slope of a position-time graph represents **velocity**. The steeper the slope is, the faster the motion is changing. Average velocity can be calculated from a position-time graph as the change in position divided by the corresponding change in time.

## What does slope of a position-time graph gives?

The slope of the position-time graph gives **the speed of the object**.

## When the slope of an object is negative it indicates that the object is moving blank?

time graph reveals pertinent information about an object's velocity. For example, a small slope means a small velocity; a negative slope means **a negative velocity**; a constant slope (straight line) means a constant velocity; a changing slope (curved line) means a changing velocity.

## What is the slope undefined?

The slope of a line is undefined **if the line is vertical**. If you think of slope as rise over run, then the line rises an infinite amount, or goes straight up, but does not run at all.

## What is non uniform motion?

Definition: This type of motion is defined as **the motion of an object in which the object travels with varied speed and it does not cover same distance in equal time intervals, irrespective of the time interval duration**.

## What does the slope of VS graph represent?

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

## What does slope of position time graph represent for a uniform motion?

The slope of the position-time graph indicates **velocity**.

## When the slope of an object is negative it indicates that the object is moving?

time graph reveals pertinent information about an object's velocity. For example, a small slope means a small velocity; a negative slope means **a negative velocity**; a constant slope (straight line) means a constant velocity; a changing slope (curved line) means a changing velocity.

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

The slope of a distance-time graph indicates **the rate of change of distance** and it is termed as speed.

## What is the graph of an object that is at rest in a position time graph?

The slope of the position-time graph indicates velocit **When slope is zero** then the particle is at rest.

## What is meant by uniform motion?

Definition: This type of motion is defined as the motion of an object in which the object travels in a straight line and its velocity remains constant along that line as it covers equal distances in equal intervals of time, irrespective of the duration of the time.

## What does the slope of distance vs time graph represent?

The slope of a distance-time graph indicates **the rate of change of distance** and it is termed as speed.

## What happens when the slope is 0?

Zero slope is when the slope of an equation or line is equal to zero. This **produces a horizontal line**. A vertical line is not a zero slope line because the slope is undefined, not zero. The equation for a zero slope line is y = b, which means that y is equal to a constant.

## What does a slope of 0 mean?

horizontal slope = 0. Note that **when a line is horizontal** the slope is 0. Undefined slope: slope = undefined. Note that when the line is vertical the slope is undefined.

## What is uniform linear motion?

Uniform linear motion is **uniform motion along a linear path or a straight line**. The direction of motion is fixed. So, it is not accelerated. For e.g.: a car running with uniform speed of 10km/hr on a straight road.

## Is circular motion uniform motion?

Movement of an object while rotating along a circular path is known as circular motion. **Circular motion can be either uniform or non-uniform**.

## What does a slope of zero on a distance versus time graph show?

In a distance-time graph, the speed of the object is represented by the slope, or steepness, of the graph line. If the graph line is horizontal, like line B in Graph 2 in the Figure below, then the slope is zero and so is the speed. In other words, **the object is not moving**.

## What is slope of a position vs time graph?

The principle is that the slope of the line on a position-time graph is **equal to the velocity of the object**. If the object is moving with a velocity of +4 m/s, then the slope of the line will be +4 m/s.

## What is the slope of distance time graph when object is at rest?

In a distance-time graph, the slope of the graphis **zero**, the object is at rest or in motion & why?

## What is the trend of the graph if the slope is negative?

A negative slope means that two variables are negatively related; that is, when x increases, y decreases, and when x decreases, y increases. Graphically, a negative slope means that **as the line on the line graph moves from left to right, the line falls**.

## What is uniform and nonuniform motion?

**If the speed of an object moving along a straight line keeps changing, its motion is called non – uniform**. An object moving along a straight line with a constant speed is said to be in uniform motion.

## What is uniformly accelerated motion?

What is uniform acceleration? **When an object is travelling in a straight line with an increase in velocity at equal intervals of time**, then the object is said to be in uniform acceleration. Free falling of an object is an example of uniform acceleration.