# Question #e7056

Mar 31, 2016

Neither. This is a graph of an increasing force.

#### Explanation:

Constant velocity is the same as uniform speed. It requires acceleration to remain zero (0). F=ma, so a constant force would result in a linear increase of acceleration. Acceleration is increasing non-linearly with time, so an increasing force must be applied.

Mar 31, 2016

It is meaningless unless you state the scale of both the axes.

However, if we assume that the graph has both linear scales, it depicts that acceleration $a$ varies non-linearly with time $t$.

#### Explanation:

To explain a graph, the scale of both the axes need to be defined.