changing direction, speeding up, and slowing down
Increasing speed, decreasing speed, and change of direction
1)weight 2)acceleration due to gravity
height, acceleration due to gravity and mass
Force, mass and acceleration, F=ma.
The acceleration of an object thrown towards the ground is based on three things on earth- the initial acceleration of the throw, the force of gravity, and the air resistance (drag) of the object. To get the total acceleration, add the initial acceleration and the force of gravity, then subtract the air resistance.
positive acceleration is when things speed up; negative acceleration is when things slow down; and zero acceleration is when things do not speed up or slow down, this is called constant speed, or no change in velocity.
Mass, force, and acceleration, i belIEvee! 2nd Answer: Mass, force and acceleration can act upon matter, but are not matter, themselves. Your answer would be atoms and subatomic particles.
If you are talking about newton's second law of motion, the three things are : force, mass, and acceleration
Any of these three things means acceleration: -- speed is increasing -- speed is decreasing -- direction of motion is changing, like driving on a curve
In that case, you have all three - speed, acceleration, velocity.
There are three thing that must be present for an car to work properly1. compression 2.fuel supply 3.ignition. There are many things that control these three things and all three items can make the car of the era run poorly and sometimes it will not run at all.
1.the shape of the universe 2.the rate of acceleration or de-acceleration
Assuming the mass remains constant, the acceleration will be tripled as well.
Mass and Net force
Force and mass.
Yes. A can be a variable representing many things, but it most commonly (especially in grade school physics) is used to represent acceleration.
These three variables are related by Newton's Second law: Force = mass x acceleration.
Force = Mass X Acceleration Or just Force, Mass, Acceleration.
The three laws of motion are: The Law of Inertia The Law of Acceleration and The Law of Interaction.
I only know three: Velocity,Acceleration, and Force
acceleration centrifugal friction
An object at rest doesn't have acceleration unless it has potential energy to be used or a force acts on it. Acceleration is how fast things pick up speed. This also means turns and stops. So there is technically no acceleration of an object at rest.
No, acceleration is change in velocity. (And velocity is speed in a certain direction.) If an object slows down, then it is changing velocity and thus accelerating. (In this case, the acceleration is negative.) If an object changes direction, then it's velocity changes, so this is also acceleration. (This is centripetal acceleration.)