Distance-Time Graph During Uniform (Unaccelerated) Motion

Distance-Time Graph During Uniform (Unaccelerated) Motion
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A distance-time graph (\(x\)-\(t\)-graph) during uniform motion of an object (e.g. a car) shows the relationship between the distance traveled (path) \(x\) and the time \(t\) required for it. In the case of uniform motion, an object moves at a constant speed, that is it covers equal distances in equal time intervals.

The distance-time graph for a uniform motion is a straight line with constant slope \( \Delta x / \Delta t\). The slope of the line corresponds to the speed of the object. The steeper the line, the faster the object moves.

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