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"Acceleration velocity" is a meaningless phrase.

"Velocity" is the time rate of change of position.

"Acceleration" is the time rate of change of velocity.

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0Yes, a body can have aceleration without velocity. Consider sin x the position; cos x is the velocity and -sin x is the acceleration. Here the acceleration negative when x=90 degrees and the velocity is zero at 90 degrees.

velocitymy answer isIt may be both speed/velocity.We can find acceleration from speed vs time graph when the path followed by the body is a perfect straight line and when the speed of body goes on incresing and in all othercases velocity time graph is used to measure aceleration.

To be moving progressively faster.

Objects moving at constant speed in a straight line are said to be in equilibrium. That is there is no force acting on them. If a force was acting there would be aceleration and the velocity would change.

There are, of course, several formulae that involve acceleration. The basic definition of acceleration is: acceleration = delta velocity / delta time, that is, to get average acceleration, divide the difference of velocity by the time that passed. The same formula also gives you the instant acceleration, if the acceleration is constant. If you want to get instantaneous acceleration, and the acceleration changes, then you need calculus: acceleration = dv / dt (that is, take the derivative of the velocity).

Aceleration means to go faster or slower or change directons

Frictional force reduces aceleration, a= (F-friction)/m

Change in speed divided by time.

accelleration=force divided by mass force=mass times aceleration

Water in engine. Head gasket most likely. no aceleration because no compression.

The definition of acceleration is:Change of velocity, that is, change of speed or direction or both.In popular, every-day usage, 'acceleration' has come to mean 'speeding up', but as youcan see from the definition, that's not accurate.Acceleration can also mean a change in the direction of motion, without any changeof speed.

Its velocity.Its velocity.Its velocity.Its velocity.

muzzle velocity is the velocity of bullet and recoil velocity is the velocity of gun.

around 75mph? or so.. very fast aceleration with a custom air fillter

Its mass and its velocity.Its mass and its velocity.Its mass and its velocity.Its mass and its velocity.

That is the speed or velocity.That is the speed or velocity.That is the speed or velocity.That is the speed or velocity.

Speed of sound has no effect on the particle velocity. Call velocity of sound better speed of sound. Call sound velocity better particle velocity. Velocity of sound is not sound velocity.

Speed of sound has no effect on the particle velocity. Call velocity of sound better speed of sound. Call sound velocity better particle velocity. Velocity of sound is not sound velocity.

final velocity, or terminal velocity.

There are three types of velocity. (1)Uniform velocity. (2) Variable velocity. (3) Instantaneous velocity.

Velocity of sound is not sound velocity. Speed of sound has no effect on the particle velocity. Call velocity of sound better speed of sound. Call sound velocity better particle velocity.

Yes. Zero velocity is a velocity; if it is always zero then it is a constant velocity.

linear velocity= radius* angular velocity

That is called "velocity".That is called "velocity".That is called "velocity".That is called "velocity".

Final velocity is chronologically the last velocity.

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