How Is Deceleration Represented on a Velocity Time Graph?

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Deceleration is decrease in velocity with time. On a velocity time graph it is represented by smooth line showing a decrease in velocity on the horizontal axis with the corresponding decrease in time. The line should have a negative axis. In other words it is an acceleration graph but with a negative axis.
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