# What is the acceleration of a car that travels in a straight line?

the car could be traveling in a straight line and slowing down (negative acceleration), speeding up (positive acceleration) or maintaining constant speed (zero accelerat…ion).

# What does the straight line to squiggly line to straight line car gauge stand for?

It sounds like you are describing the traction control light. The wheels have sensors on them and when wheel spin is detected it applies brakes to the spinning wheel or lo…cks up the spinning wheel by some other means to help maintain control of the vehicle.

# What is the fastest 4 cylinder car to buy off the line?

Mitsubishi EVO 10 FQ-400, 410hp/400ft-lbs. 3.8 0-60mph limited to 155mph

# What is the acceleration of a car that travels in a straight line at a constant speed?

Straight line at a constant speed = no acceleration

# What is the acceleration of a car that travels in straight line at a constant speed?

The value of acceleration of a car traveling in a straight line at a constant speed is precisely . . . zero.

# What are the forces that act on a car when it is moving in a straight line?

Just the 3 basics Gravity to keep the car to the groundthrust to move the car forward air resistance to move the car backwards

# Is a straight line a straight line and why?

Depends. Probably not because nothing is perfect! :) i have to disagree - the sides of crystals are straight ~~~ *Sigh* All lines are straight. A man-made one may not b…e, but by the correct definition, all lines are straight. Straight lines are a mathematical concept - an ideal concept - and therefore, conceptually, all lines are straight even if man-made ones are mere approximations.

# If a car is traveling in a straight line at a constant speed is it accelerating?

No. 'Acceleration' means a change in speed or direction over time. If the car is moving at a constant speed in a constant direction, then it isn't accelerating.

# What is the accelaration of a car that travels in a straight line at a constant speed?

a = (v2-v1)/t if velocity never changes then acceleration is always zero

# What is the acceleration of a car that travels in a straight line at a constant velocity?

between 2000-2500rpm

# What travels in a straight line and travels the fastest?

Light the electromagnetic wave.

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In Geometry

# Why don't the cars follow a straight line down the front straight?

At the beginning of the race the cars are warming the rubber of their tires. Later they are preparing for turns, trying to minimized the angle of turn on the first turn.

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# What car manufacture has the fastest production line?

One of the most efficient car manufacturing plant is located in China, and belongs to Great Wall Motors. The robots in this plant can manufacture a Haval SUV in 86 seconds, j…ust over a minute.

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# How do you make a mouse trap car go in a straight line?

I am not sure. My advice would be to google it or look it up on Yahoo Answers.

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# Is the car in equilibrium a car that travels at a constant speed in straight line?

Yes

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# What is the acceleration of a car that is travelingin a straight line at a constant speed?

You are supposed to divide the change in velocity, by the time. In this case, the change of velocity is zero. Divide that by any time, and you get zero. Answer 2 T…he acceleration is zeroIf the speed and direction of an object is constant, then the acceleration is zero m/s2The acceleration is defined as the velocity change per time ratio.Accelerating means increasing speed. The only way one can accelerate and travel at a constant speed is when he is changing his direction, that is, moving in a circle. This is because acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. Velocity means speed with a direction. So if the speed is kept constant, the direction has to change for acceleration.Refer to link below for more information and for more examples.