Earth being a massive body attracts every other massive body. This force of attraction is named as weight of the body. But force is equated to the expression m*a Here m is the mass of the body and a is the acceleration. So the general a is to be replaced by g a symbol meant for the acceleration due to gravity. Its average value is 9.8 m/s2
A body is in uniform acceleration when its acceleration is increasing at a constant rate.
acceleration is the rate of change of velocity as a function of time
Yes. If a body has a constant velocity there is no acceleration, but if the velocity is changing there is acceleration present.
force acting on unit mass of body is the acceleration of that body.
The acceleration is zero for a body having constant velocity.
A body moving with uniform velocity has zero acceleration.
Uniform acceleration is constant force. Non-acceleration is no force.
Average acceleration is the average of the accelerations acquired in the whole journey by a body while instantaneous acceleration is the acceleration of the body at any particular instant of time.
a body is accelerating if it is speeding up faster and faster. Acceleration is the change in velocity. or the change in speed. Slowing down is also acceleration but it is negative acceleration or de acceleration.
Yes the acceleration is zero when the body is not moving.
No a boday while rest cannot be in acceleration because of the momentum of the body ...........................
if body is free falling state its acceleration would be 9.8meter/second2
no a body can only have positive velocity .sometimes it have negative acceleration
the question is very simple.no a body does not have acceleration when it is moving with constant velocity ,because a body posses acceleration when its velocity is not remain conserved or constant.yes if a body have constant speed it may have acceleration but not in case of constant velocity.
there is no acceleration if the body is moving with constant velocity
acceleration of free fallilng body near to earth.
Acceleration becomes zero.
a = F / m Acceleration of a body is equal to (the [vector] sum of the forces acting on the body) divided by (the mass of the body).
Force! Acceleration a=f/m, the force F changes the acceleration.
When the body moves with uniform velocity its acceleration is 0. Pls explain.
Uniform (or constant) acceleration means that the acceleration doesn't change over time.
force is directly proportional to acceleration and acceleration is inversely proportional to mass of the body
If by uniformly you mean at a constant speed then that implies no acceleration or an acceleration of zero.
Acceleration is zero when the body is moving with a constant velocity. This is one of the newton's laws.