Yes. For instance, if you throw an object up, then (ignoring air friction) it will have a constant downward acceleration of about 9.8 meters/second squared. After a while, this acceleration will make it go downwards again.
yes, if the acceleration is in the opposite direction of the velocity.
An object will have constant acceleration if the net force on it is constant in magnitude.
An object with constant velocity has no acceleration.
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.
Sure. Anything you toss with your hand has constant acceleration after you toss it ... the acceleration of gravity, directed downward. If you toss it upward, it starts out with upward velocity, which reverses and eventually becomes downward velocity.
When the acceleration is at constant 0, then the velocity will be constant.
Changing at a constant rate equal to acceleration.
How is the acceleration of an object in uniform circular motion constant
An object at rest has a constant velocity of zero. Both the object at rest and the object moving at constant velocity have zero acceleration.
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.
Sure. A common example is when you throw a stone up. The acceleration is basically constant (air resistance tends to be negligible, if the stone is large enough); after a while, it will reverse the direction, and fall back down.
An object changing its velocity by 10 m/s in each consecutive second is known asconstant acceleration since the velocity is changing by a constant amount each second. Although an object with a constant acceleration should not be confused with an object with a constant velocity.
Of course. Anything you toss with your hand has constant acceleration after you toss it ... the acceleration of gravity, directed downward. If you toss it upward, it starts out with upward velocity, which reverses and eventually becomes downward velocity.
Acceleration is change of velocity. If velocity is constant ... "no change" ... then acceleration is zero.
Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. Constant velocity means zero acceleration.
Sure. A pendulum and a park swing both have constant acceleration due to gravity, and the direction of their velocity changes over and over again until they're stopped.
No. An object traveling at a constant velocity is not accelerating.
Yes, it can, if the initial velocity vector of an object was in opposite direction to its constant acceleration. Example: Anything you toss with your hand has constant acceleration after you toss it ... the acceleration of gravity, directed downward. If you toss it upward, it starts out with upward velocity, which reverses and eventually becomes downward velocity.
yes the acceleration is at zero because there is no change in acceleration if the velocity is constant
A falling object doesn't have constant velocity.It has constant acceleration. That means that its velocity increases at a steady (constant) rate.The rate is called the "acceleration of gravity".
No. Acceleration is constant. The effect of constant acceleration is speed that increases at a constant rate.
Acceleration. A free-falling object falls at constant force, and thereby at constant acceleration.
The Object has a constant acceleration.
yes, if it has a constant acceleration of 0m/s2