acceleration is the slope of the velocity graph.
acceleration is also the derivative of velocity.
a = dv/dt For constant acceleration, this is equivalent to: a = (change in velocity) / time
Acceleration and deceleration are related by their their sign. Acceleration is positive ( increase in velocity with time) and deceleration is negative (decrease in velocity with time).
Acceleration is the change of velocity over time so it is actually intimately related to velocity.
v=u+at where v is final velocity u is initial velocity a is acceleration and t is time taken for the journey
Acceleration is the change in velocity ("speed") over 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.
That rate at which the velocity of an object changes is known as the acceleration of said object. It can be defined mathematically as a=v/t where a=acceleration, v=the change in velocity, and t=the time in which this change in velocity occurred.
Acceleration is the rate of change in velocity.
Acceleration = velocity/time Velocity = time * acceleration =====================
Acceleration is a change in velocity. More precisely, to get acceleration, you divide the change in velocity, by the time that passed.Acceleration is a change in velocity. More precisely, to get acceleration, you divide the change in velocity, by the time that passed.Acceleration is a change in velocity. More precisely, to get acceleration, you divide the change in velocity, by the time that passed.Acceleration is a change in velocity. More precisely, to get acceleration, you divide the change in velocity, by the time that passed.
Quite simple if you understand acceleration. Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity with time, which in simple terms means speeding up. The faster you speed up, the greater your acceleration. Deceleration is negative accelration, ie slowing down. Mathematically, acceleration = (final velocity - initial velocity) / (final time - initial time) and deceleration is acceleration with a minus sign at the start.
Since acceleration is defined as change of velocity divide by time, it has units of (velocity / time). acceleration x time = (velocity / time) x time = velocity
Acceleration is the rate of velocity incerease: > Acceleration = velocity increase / time > Units : metres per second increase per second
You mean how are they related? Sting from rest condition, let V = velocity, T = time, S = distance, A = acceleration V = AT S = 1/2 AT^2 If there is no acceleration, at constant velocity S = VT
No. Acceleration is change of velocity / time. If there is no change in velocity, there is no acceleration.
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If you have constant acceleration, then you can't have constant velocity. (Unless the acceleration is constantly zero.)Final velocity = [initial velocity] + [ (acceleration) x (time) ]
Mathematically speaking, it is possible, since acceleration means an increase in velocity (or speed with respect to a point), for some time at least. However, the car must travel from a very slow speed for acceleration to be constant. Also, another method is for the car to not move at all. This is usually not accepted by acceleration but by definition of velocity and acceleration, it is considered constant zero acceleration. Velocity is the rate and direction of the change in the position of an object. Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity with respect to time. By definition, velocity = 0, acceleration = 0.
velocity=acceleration multiplied by time
rate of change of velocity with respect to time is the acceleration.
If your acceleration is increasing then by default your velocity has to increase. Acceleration = velocity/time so if acceleration is increasing the velocity is also increasing... And just for fun, just as the change in distance is velocity, and change in velocity is acceleration with respect to time, the change in acceleration with respect to Time is called a jerk
Yes. (if the initial velocity is zero) if not then velocity = initial velocity + acceleration x time
No. Velocity is displacement divided by time. Acceleration is velocity divided by time. However both graphs are related! If you graph the AREA under the slope of the acceleration graph vs. time, this will be a velocity graph. If you graph the SLOPE of the velocity graph vs. time, this will be an acceleration graph. When you learn calculus (unless you already know it) you will learn how you can switch between the two.
Acceleration is the time rate of change of velocity.
Deceleration. Negative acceleration = Velocity is decreasing by time. Positive acceleration = Velocity is increasing by time. Zero acceleration = Velocity is the same by time.