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-- The magnitude of acceleration is equal to the time rate of change of speed.

-- The magnitude of acceleration is equal to the time rate of change of the magnitude of velocity.

-- Acceleration and velocity are both vectors.

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Speed and velocity same thing and acceleration is how fast it can get to a speed. More acceleration will get faster quicker


No. Speed is the magnitude of velocity and acceleration is the change of velocity in time.


Speed, velocity, and acceleration all have momentum.


Acceleration changes the speed - usually increases it. A reduction is speed is negative acceleration , or deceleration. Acceleration can change the speed or direction (or both) of velocity.


what are important speed, velocity and acceleration in several sports


Acceleration = velocity/time Velocity = time * acceleration =====================


Velocity is speed in a given direction Acceleration is the rate in which you change velocity.


Velocity = Displacement/Time Acceleration = Change in velocity (Final speed - initial speed) / time


They are not alike but they are related. A positive acceleration means an increase in velocity (speed). A negative acceleration means a decrease in velocity. Velocity (speed) has the dimensions of distance / time. Acceleration has the dimensions of distance/time2 or velocity/time.


No. Acceleration is the change of velocity. If velocity is constant, at any speed, acceleration is zero.


Acceleration is the derivative of velocity. In other words, acceleration is the rate at which the velocity is changing.


Speed is how fast you're going - velocity is your speed plus what direction you're traveling in - and acceleration is the rate at which your velocity is changing.


Velocity is the combination of speed and its direction.Any change of speed, or direction, or both, is acceleration.


In that case, you have all three - speed, acceleration, velocity.


If a velocity or speed is constant there isn't an acceleration. This is because the acceleration is the change in speed or velocity and if it's constant then there sn't a change.


By definition acceleration is the change in velocity (speed).


Speed is (distance covered) divided by (time taken to cover the distance).Velocity is a speed and its direction.Acceleration is any change of velocity.


It's not. If you speed is constant (but not zero), then your velocity won't be zero, either.You may be confusing this with the following: If your VELOCITY (not your speed) is constant, then your ACCELERATION is zero. Acceleration refers to how quickly velocity changes, so if velocity doesn't change at all, acceleration is zero.


velocity is the speed at which you are traveling, acceleration is the rate you are increasing or decreasing in velocity. If you are going at constant velocity, you are not increasing or decreasing speed, therefore your acceleration would be zero.-@mikesbabygurl13@


Velocity is speed with a direction. Acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes, just as velocity is the rate at which position changes (and jerk is the rate at which acceleration changes).


No; acceleration means the velocity changes.No; acceleration means the velocity changes.No; acceleration means the velocity changes.No; acceleration means the velocity changes.


Velocity is a constant traveling speed. Acceleration is increasing traveling speed (variation of speed over time)


acceleration is the increase of speed in a moving object. velocity is the speed and direction of a moving object.


Speed is the rate of change in distance, whereas velocity is speed and direction of travel. Acceleration is the change in velocity (including direction).


Acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes with time, where as velocity is speed with a direction.



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