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.
Speed and velocity same thing and acceleration is how fast it can get to a speed. More acceleration will get faster quicker
No. If they were the same thing, there would be no need to invent two different names for it. Acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes.
Both are vectors. But acceleration and velocity have different dimensions. Acceleration is defined as the rate of change of velocity.
They are not the same. Velocity is the displacement (change in location) over time and acceleration is the change in velocity over time.
The velocity and acceleration can have the same numeric value, but the units will be different. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No it is not possible. Because so long there is acceleration then the velocity has to change either in magnitude or in direction or in both. So it is not at all possible for acceleration and velocity to be the same simultaneously.
No. Speed is the magnitude of velocity and acceleration is the change of velocity in time.
No. V=v0 +at is the formula for velocity, the acceleration 'a' can be the same but the initial velocity v0 may be different. If v0 is the same for the two automobiles , the velocity would be the same.
Any falling object has acceleration and velocity vectors in the same direction.
The simplest answer is the velocity of an object at a given time. It is also possible to determine the acceleration and displacement - but only in the same direction as the velocity. No information on motion in a transverse direction can be determined.
The velocity stays the same, it is constant
Absolutely not.Velocity is speed in a particular direction.Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. NB that is velocity; if an obect's speed remains the same, but it's direction changes, that is a change in velocity which means there was an acceleration.Momentum is velocity multiplied by mass.
If the velocity and acceleration are in the same direction and the acceleration is a positive value greater than zero then the speed is increasing.
They are definitely NOT the same. Acceleration is not velocity; acceleration is the RATE OF CHANGE of velocity. In symbols: a = dv/dt, which basically means that you divide the difference of velocity by the time, for a small time interval. Acceleration and velocity are both vectors.
As long as acceleration is zero, the object's velocity is constant.
Deceleration. Negative acceleration = Velocity is decreasing by time. Positive acceleration = Velocity is increasing by time. Zero acceleration = Velocity is the same by time.
Acceleration is change in velocity so the direction should be the same
Yes. Acceleration is always in the same direction as the unbalanced force.Note: This does not mean that velocity is necessarily in that direction. Velocity and acceleration are two different things. The integral of acceleration does become velocity, and the integral of velocity does become position, but that has nothing to do with the answer to the question.
For a start, acceleration doesn't even have the same units as velocity: acceleration is a velocity divided by time, so while speed or velocity have units of [distance]/[time], acceleration has units of [distance]/[time squared]
Yes, velocity is acceleration x time. If acceleration is the same, velocity can be different as it changes with time. For example a car accelerating with constant acceleration will have a different velocity after 5 seconds than it will have at 2 seconds.
No, the definition of acceleration is the increase change in velocity over time. An acceleration can also be a decrease in velocity over time. Constant velocity refers to an object that maintains the same velocity as time progresses. If the object has an acceleration, its velocity will not remain constant. In the case of rotational velocity there is a constant internal acceleration that has the magnitude v2/r
Take the velocity to be in positive direction. Positive acceleration increases velocity and they are in the same direction. Negative acceleration reduce velocity and they are in opposite direction. It does not matter if the motion in linear or anfular.
Yes. An object moving at constant velocity would have zero acceleration.
For the most part, yes; once at terminal velocity, there is no acceleration, so it has direction.