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Answered 2012-06-28 22:17:53

An object moving with uniform acceleration has a uniform change in velocity over time, and its velocity-time graph will be a straight line with either a positive or negative slope.

An object moving with no acceleration has constant velocity, and its velocity-time graph will be a straight, horizontal line with zero slope.

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