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Conditions in which the body is accelerating?
According to Newton's laws, the conditions in which a body accelerates are only those in which a force is acting upon it. With no force acting upon it, a body would not accelerate. With a force acting upon it, it would accelerate by an amount proportional to the force and inversely proportional to its mass.
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It depends what the situation is. If an object is falling, the weight of the object, which is determined by the object's mass and the gravity, is the force causing it to accel…erate. If you're talking about a box being pushed, you could have a person pushing it, which causes it to accelerate, but you also must take into account the force of friction combatting the applied force.
A body accelerates when force acts on it.. Actually, we should say a " net force " ... if there is more than one force acting on the body, they may have different strengt…hs and come from different directions. Then, we have to combine their strengths and directions to find a single force that's equivalent to all the separate ones. If the strengths and directions are just right, it's possible that they can all cancel each other out ... for example, if there are two forces on the body, with equal strength and exactly opposite directions, they add up to zero, just as if there was no force at all acting on the body.. So we should actually say that a body accelerates when the net force on it is not zero .
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The sum of all forces acting on an object must be not zero.
In a constant state of motion (which may actually be stationary).
As we know from the Newton's 2nd Law, F=ma,F=force,m=mass of the body a= acceleration of the body a=F/m When F>0 i.e. even a little amount of force is exerted on the bod…y and it is moving even with a little velocity,acceleration cannot be zero because mass is always >0 . div style=%22margin: 0px 0px 10px; padding: 0px; background-image: url(http://site.wikianswers.com/templates/icons/qr.gif); background-position: right bottom; background-repeat: no-repeat; height: 22px ">.
When a car turns a corner.
Anything spinning at a constant rate (even if the rate of spin iszero).
Under what condition a body whose velocity is directed towards east has an acceleration directed west?
In circular motion an object accelerates towards the radius of the circle but its velocity is unchanged
when the velocity is doubled then its accelration is also doubled.because a=v/t
A body moving with uniform velocity has zero acceleration.
Then the speed or direction of its motion, or both, change.
No a boday while rest cannot be in acceleration because of the momentum of the body ...........................
There are many driving conditions that it could be dangerous to accelerate. These include when it is icy, raining, snowing, or if you are under the influence of drugs or alcoh…ol.