When the acceleration is at constant 0, then the velocity will be constant.
Yes, it can. When an object has constant speed it has no acceleration.
Because an acceleration is a CHANGE in speed or direction.
An object can not accelerate if the speed is constant.
It is constant in magnitude. It is changing in direction.
Speed - is something moving at a constant rate. Acceleration is an increase of the rate an object is moving.
Anything that is not moving or is moving at a constant speed has zero acceleration. An object that is slowing down has a negative acceleration, an object that is speeding up has a positive acceleration.
[Acceleration = 0] means an object is moving in a straight line with constant speed.
Yes, it can. The speed for such object is a constant for both direction and absolute value of speed.
Yes. Acceleration is defined as a change of speed and/or direction of motion. If the speed and direction of motion are constant, then there is no acceleration.
It's possible, but not necessary, that a particle moving with constant speedhas zero acceleration. In order for acceleration to be zero, it's also necessarythat the particle be moving in a straight line.An object moving with constant speed around a curve has acceleration."Acceleration" does not mean "speeding up".
constant velocity means no acceleration. An object can be moving at constant speed, like a satellite in orbit, but its velocity is changing because direction is changing
An object moving at a constant speed in a straight line has an acceleration of 0. An object at rest also has an acceleration of 0. So, the two things I see in common are their accelerations, which are both 0.
-- An object with no net force on it continues moving at constant speed in a straight line.If it's not moving in a straight line, then there must be net force acting on it.-- "Acceleration" is the word for the situation where either speed or direction of motion changes.Even if speed is constant, acceleration is present if the direction is changing.
Acceleration = [ V2 / R ]V = speedR = radius of the path
When the direction changes. A simple case is an object moving in a circle, at constant speed.
A motion with a constant speed will always be moving the same speed A motion with a constant acceleration will constantly be gaining speed, and does not remain moving at the same speed.
acceleration is the increase of speed in a moving object. velocity is the speed and direction of a moving object.
There is a huge difference between constant speed and constant acceleration. Constant speed is when the object is travelling constant, no change in its velocity and acceleration or in other words no extra force to speed up. Constant acceleration when the object is acceleration constant, it means that the speed of the object is change at the same rate each second. The acceleration rate at which the object is travelling is constant. for example, when a car is stationary at a traffic light and it starts acceleration, picking up speed but the rate of acceleration will not constant because the amount of force applied differs each second due to the acceleration rate.
Zero velocity means the object has no speed, that is, it's not moving. Zero acceleration means the object is moving with constant speed in a straight line, that is, its velocity is not changing.
constant speed=0 acceleration Acceleration is the change in speed. If the speed doesn't change(ie constant) the acceleration is zero.
Yes. If an object is moving at a constant speed the average speed and the constant speed are the same.
constant speed means no acceleration and thus no change in velocity
If acceleration means to increase in speed or pace, then a stationary object is static, without movement, without acceleration. But, if an object is moving at a constant rate, then I suggest acceleration is not present, unless, or until the objects speed increases. Yes, an object with no acceleration may be stationary.
No. Acceleration is constant. The effect of constant acceleration is speed that increases at a constant rate.