A Graph Shows Distance On The Vertical Axis And Time On The Horizontal Axis. If The Speed Is Steadily Increasing, What Will The Line Representing Speed Look Like On The Graph?

A. It will be a straight diagonal line b.it will be an irregular line with no outline to it. C. It will be curved line.


Answer:
Graph is showing Distance On The Vertical Axis And Time On The Horizontal Axis.  If The Speed Is Steadily Increasing, then that means graph is tilting towards up next to the passage of time. The more you move towards right on graph, the more it shifts upward. This will give us curve graph.
It also shows acceleration.
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ANSWER IS "C "

It will be a curved line
Comment: With regard to interview above could any part of the speed line ever became immaculately vertical?why or why not?

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