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# Is Accelerated is related to the statement Circular motion with uniform speed?

yes.acceleration means change of velocity and not speed to be more precise.in a circular motion with constant speed the particle or the object constantly changes its direction.the direction of velocity is directed along the direction of the tangent at that point.although speed remains constant the velocity changes infinite number of times.so the particle is said to be accelerating.there is always instantaenous acceleration.but the average acceleration becomes zero after every round because velocity becomes the same after every round.

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## Related Questions

if an object moves along a circular path, the only change in its velocity is due to the change in the direction of the motion. The motion of the object moving along the circular path is, which is a uniform circular motion, is therefore an accelerated motion:):):):/

uniform circular motion is an example of accelerated motion because constant change in direction (which is due to the circular motion) indicates constant change in velocity ( as it is a vector) which in turn tells that circular motion though uniform is an accelerated motion

Yes, it is accelerated. Its acceleration is called centripetal acceleration. Its value is given by: a=v2/R

The purpose and function of the word "rewarded" here are very unclear, as is the thrust of the question. Uniform circular motion IS uniformly accelerated motion, since the direction of the motion is constantly changing.

linear is which is on a straight path and circular motion is which has a curved path. *In a uniform linear motion,the velocity is constant and the acceleration is zero.So,uniform linear motion is an unaccelerated motion. *In uniform circular motion the velocity can be variable although the speed is uniform.So,it is an accelerated motion.

To accelerate a body one must change its velocity or direction at an instantaneous moment. Since in a the velocity is uniform the direction at every point on the circular path is different. Thus making it accelerated.

Circular motion describes the motion of a body in a circular path. Motion of planets is also in a circular path so it is discussed under UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION........

Because 'acceleration' does NOT mean 'speeding up'. It means any changein speed or direction of motion.Uniform circular motion involves constantly changing direction, and that'sconstant acceleration.

It is in accelerated motion as its direction keeps changing, so even though the speed is constant, its velocity is changing so it is an example of accelerated motion. Hope this answer helps

Uniform circular motion is when an object is moving at a constant speed in a circular path. Objects that are in a uniform circular motion are constantly changing direction.

In uniform circular motion, what quantities are constant?

In a uniform circular motion,the magnitude of velocity remains constant,that is speed is constant,however due to change in direction in circular path constantly the motion is accelerated due to change in velocity.

"Non-uniform" motion is "accelerated" motion.

yes, acceleration is constant in uniform circular motion

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.

How is the acceleration of an object in uniform circular motion constant

Accelerated because when a body changes its direction It will accelerate.

speed... this is said to be uniform circular motion

relation between simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion

In uniform motion, object travel at fixed and constant speed and uniformly accelerated motion the speed of the object increases uniformly.

When a body is moving with uniform speed in circular motion acceleration will be v2/r. v= velocity r=radius of the circular path

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