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

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It means that the velocity is constant, or not changing.
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The acceleration or motion is zero,
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slope of velocity vs time is acceleration. So if the slope is 0, then acceleration is 0. if the slope is 1 then acceleration is 1. if slope is -1 then acceleration is -1.
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slope of a distance vs. time graph = velocity slope is changing = velocity is changing Hence, object is either accelerating or decelerating.
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