Constant velocity has speed always constant along the direction with respect to time. Variable velocity changes its speed with respect to time. Constant velocity has zero acceleration. Variable velocity has non-zero acceleration .
An object moving at a constant velocity maintains both the same speed and direction.
An object moving at a variable velocity can be changing speed or direction of travel or both.
Uniform velocity basically means that the velocity is constant. It means that the velocity of a give object never changes. Variable velocity means that a given object is either accelerating or decelerating.
The former is variable, the latter is constant.
The difference is that constant speed doesn't change but variable speed does. (change)
difference between constant and static variables in java
Uniform velocity is velocity unaffected by acceleration. Variable velocity is velocity affected by acceleration. Lauren "Physics above all!"
The difference between a controlled variable and a variable is in their state. A controlled variable is something which is rigid and constant while a variable is liable to change and inconsistent.
Speed is how fast you are going. Velocity is how fast you are going and what direction you are headed in.
i think these are different.
a literal is a constant value, the difference is a variable can change it's value.
Whether or not you can change its value.
Avg velocity is the speed you are going. Constant acceleration is the rate you increase your speed. = =
Variables are mutable. Constants are immutable.
They are entirely different things, 'constant' means: not to change its value, 'static' means 'not public' and/or 'not local' variable.
If there is acceleration (uniform or otherwise, but non-zero acceleration), the velocity changes. Constant velocity means that the velocity does not change.
The difference between permanent and variable gases is that variable gases change in response to activities in the environment, and permanent gases stay constant.
Speed is a scalar (Only has magnitude, no direction) Velocity is a vector (Has magnitude and direction)
In mathematics, a constant is a known which does not change, i.e. it stays constant. A variable is an unknown which can change depending on circumstances.
Control Variable = kept in constant in a experiment Experimental Variable = changes in a experiment
When referring to statistics, variable means that numbers change and can go up and down. If something is constant, numbers remain unchanged.
No. You can't tell the difference, for one reason: There IS no difference.
In a controlled experiment, the control variable remains constant while the experimental variable changes with each trial of the experiment.
A parameter is a variable which takes different values and, as it does, it affects the values of some other variable or variables.
By definition:a variable varies (changes) in valuea constant is constant (fixed) in value
Velocity is a measure of speed at any one instant and acceleration is a measure of change in speedAcceleration is defined as the rate at which velocity changes.Constant velocity doesn't change, so it's a condition of zero acceleration.
one is constant while the other continues by growing at a variable