its not, if ur accelerating ur not staying at a constant speed.
Yes, it can. When an object has constant speed it has no acceleration.
Since acceleration involves a change in velocity, and object might be accelerating even though its speed is constant.
No. 'Acceleration' means a change in speed or direction over time. If the car is moving at a constant speed in a constant direction, then it isn't accelerating.
Yes. You can travel in a circle at constant speed, but you would still be accelerating because your direction would be changing constantly.
You can be accelerating and traveling at a constant speed if you change directions.
Yes. The simplest example is an object moving at a constant speed in a circle.
A constant speed means that the horse is neither accelerating nor decelearating Speed is a scalar which means it has a magnitude but no direction, while acceleration is a vector so it has both a magnitude and a direction. As the magnitude of the speed remains constant, the speed is constant but since the direction the horse travels in changes that horse is in fact accelerating.
Not accelerating. It could be stationary or moving at a constant speed.
If you are traveling in a constant direction with constant speed there are no changes in velocity, so you are not accelerating.
"Acceleration" means either speed or direction or both are changing. If direction is changing, then there is acceleration, even if speed is constant.