/ |distance-time| ˈɡræf /
Množina reči distance-time graph je distance-time graphs.
Graph used to describe the motion of a body by illustrating the relationship between the distance that it travels and the time taken. Plotting distance (on the vertical axis) against time (on the horizontal axis) produces a graph the gradient of which is the body's speed. If the gradient is constant (the graph is a straight line), the body has uniform or constant speed; if the gradient varies (the graph is curved), then so does the speed and the body may be said to be accelerating or decelerating.