Q: What is Variable Acceleration motion?

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Both speed and acceleration can be variable, depending on the circumstances.

'Acceleration' is a change in the speed and/or direction of motion.

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.

yes, acceleration is constant in uniform circular motion

For uniform motion, the acceleration is zero. For non-uniform motion, the acceleration is something different than zero - at least, most of the time.

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Both speed and acceleration can be variable, depending on the circumstances.

Hence, prove that projectile is very behn chod

acceleration in a circular motion :)

Uniform acceleration motion is a type of motion where the acceleration value is constant.

'Acceleration' is a change in the speed and/or direction of motion.

Constant acceleration motion can be characterized by motion equations and by motion graphs. The graphs of distance, velocity and acceleration as functions.

if a body covered same distance in unequal interval of time the acceleration is produce this acceleration is called variable acceleration

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.

Motion is about speed of location change, acceleration is about speed change.

yes, acceleration is constant in uniform circular motion

For uniform motion, the acceleration is zero. For non-uniform motion, the acceleration is something different than zero - at least, most of the time.

For uniform motion, the acceleration is zero. For non-uniform motion, the acceleration is something different than zero - at least, most of the time.