I assume you mean "non-uniform". "Uniform" simply means that the velocity (in this case) doesn't change.
Non uniform velocity is known as variable velocity.
in uniform motion velocity not changes with time but in non uniform motion velocity changes with time.
- Uniform Linear motion: with constant velocity. - Non Uniform Linear motion: with variable velocity.
That simply means that its velocity is changing.
In uniform motion, the velocity of the object is constant: both in magnitude and in direction. In non-uniform one or other (or both) of these will vary.
That means that something moves in a circle, but that the velocity is not uniform.
If there is acceleration (uniform or otherwise, but non-zero acceleration), the velocity changes. Constant velocity means that the velocity does not change.
During uniform motion, velocity is constant, so there is zero acceleration. Non-uniform motion involves a change in velocity, which means there is acceleration. Accelaration is a change in velocity. A change in velocity occurs when a body slows down, speeds up, or turns (changes direction), or a combination of these.
average velocity=displacement/total time taken
As long as it has a non-zero velocity, it will have a non-zero momentum.
When the velocity changes. And the velocity will change when the forces on an object change. For instance, some types of friction forces change as a function of velocity.
It isn't. Constant velocity? Uniform velocity across a group of objects?
The acceleratipn of a body with uniform velocity is zero. Acceleratipn is the time rate of change of velocity. If the velocity is uniform, then its time rate of change is zero.
'Uniform velocity' means constant speed in a straight line.
The change in the speed or velocity of the body is a accelation, accelation are of two types one is uniform accelation and and non uniform accelation...
it cannot be same as the acc. is not zero
motion that is always constant [Either acceleration or deceleration that is called uniform motion......... motion that undergoes a change in velocity,either by changing speed or changing direction,,,,,that.s changes are called non uniform motion......
If by motion you mean velocity it is non uniform, because the velocity is changing due the acceleration of gravity slowing it down to zero. Then at the maximum height motion is reversed and it accelerates downward back to its original speed but in the opposite direction.
no..the velocity changes,whereas acceleration remains uniform no..the velocity changes,whereas acceleration remains uniform
No, uniform angular velocity means no angular acceleration.
If the velocity is uniform, then the final velocity and the initial velocity are the same. Perhaps you meant to say uniform acceleration. In any event, the question needs to be stated more precisely.
Uniform velocity is velocity unaffected by acceleration. Variable velocity is velocity affected by acceleration. Lauren "Physics above all!"
"Uniform velocity" means zero acceleration, that is, constant speed in a straight line.rate of change of velocity is zero
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