What is the difference in slopes for, let us say a graph showing zero acceleration, and a non-zero acceleration graph? Can you show me examples and explain please?
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There are many situations (0/non-zero velocity, 0/non-zero acceleration), and many graphs (distance/time, velocity/time, and acceleration time).
Also, we are assuming that if acceleration is present, it is a constant acceleration.
Here's a summary of most of the situations.
if the velocity is constant, what slope would it have then? such as in your examples, and what would the slope be called for initial velocity=0? the first one, I am curious.
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There are three graphs for each situation.
For constant velocity, acceleration equals zero.
The slope on the distance-time graph is the velocity.
The y-coordinate on the velocity-time graph is the velocity (duh! )
The graph on the acceleration-time graph is zero, since by definition, constant velocity is zero acceleration.
Correction to the velocity-time graph when initial velocity > 0.