False. An object at constant velocity is at zero or no acceleration. Of course, if the acceleration is always 0, then it is a constant acceleration of zero.
false. There is no acceleration. Velocity is constant
An object with a constant (vector)velocity is not accelerating. An object with a constand (scalar)speed can actually be accelerating, a car with a constant speed that passes around a corner is changing direction and is subjected to a lateral acceleration.
FALSE. Acceleration is the change of speed and/or direction of an object.
False If the acceleration is constant the speed increases. If the speed is constant the acceleration is zero.
No. Acceleration is change of velocity. It occurs when an object changes speed and/or direction.
Is this a question? or a statement that you are unsure of? Well anyways, this would be correct if acceleration was a constant but if acceleration is not a constant, the (not-constant) acceleration would change the rate of velocity and thus that statement/question would be false.
False. It has negative acceleration.
False. At least the way "acceleration" is described in physics, acceleration involves any change in velocity - so the "accelerating" object can speed up, slow down, or simply change direction.
Technically, its false.... Terminal Velocity is defined as "the constant maximum velocity reached by an object falling through the atmosphere under the attraction of gravity". The crash is simple a result of and the conclusion to the fall....
No, that is a false statement.
that is false as energy is velocity squared, or 4 times
False. The slope of a velocity vs time graph is acceleration
This statement is true. This type of movement is called Uniform Circular Motion. For every circular motion at constant speed, there is a constant radial acceleration (always pointing towards the center of the circle) named centripetal acceleration. This constant acceleration ensures that at every moment during the motion the orientation of the velocity is changed so that the object stays in a circular path.
falseYes, acceleration refers to an 'increase' in speed over time, a decrease would be deceleration and neither would simply be a constant speed.
None does. The statement is false. There is also no such thing as an unbalanced force.
False, any rotating object has a constant acceleration directed towards the center.It magnitude is a= v2/R
False. The momentum of an object is given by the mass times the velocity of the object. Hence, a low-mass object must have a large velocity to have a large momentum.