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Answered 2012-02-08 02:15:57

Yes. Acceleration is change in velocity, and velocity is speed in a given direction. This means that if an object is changing direction then its velocity is changing, and therefore it is acceleration. (The part of the acceleration that deals with a change in direction and not speed is call centripetal acceleration)

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What identifies a change in motion that produces acceleration?

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What will be acceleration of a car moving in a circular motion with constant speed.?

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Is the statement 'a body moving with uniform speed along a circular path is subjected to uniform acceleration' true or false justify?

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.


Can a body moving with constant speed has acceleration?

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Circular uniform motion?

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a satellite in orbit; it is moving at constant speed but is accelerating outward in circular acceleration, balanced by gravity acceleration (centripetal force).


What are some examples of circular motion?

There are a great many things that could be an example of moving in circular motion. The Earth moves in a circular motion for example.


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Uniform circular motion deals with objects moving with what speed in a circular path?

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How is motion with constant speed different from motion with constant acceleration?

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