If the velocity is constant then it is enough to use the equation, s = vt. S- the displacement, t - time elapsed and v the uniform or constant velocity. If velocity changes, then acceleration is there in action. Hence the final velocity after time t will be given as v = u + at.
I assume you mean "non-uniform". "Uniform" simply means that the velocity (in this case) doesn't change.
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.
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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A body moving at a uniform speed may have a uniform velocity, or its velocity could be changing. How could that be? Let's look. The difference between speed and velocity is that velocity is speed.
Uniform velocity means the velocity is not changing. Acceleration is defined as the rate of change of velocity. If velocity isn't changing, the rate of change is zero.
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.
A positive acceleration is a change in velocity such that the latter velocity is greater than the former velocity and is therefore going fasterwhile a negative acceleration or deceleration is a change in velocity such that the latter velocity is lesser than the former velocity and is therefore going slower.Now let us look at the equation of a uniform acceleration (the change in velocity is uniform):a = (vf-vi)/sIf the final velocity is greater, you will have a positive acceleration. If the initial velocity is greater, you will have a deceleration.
Velocity = length travelled per unit of time = (L)/(T) In other words, in the equation of motion of a particle traveling at a uniform velocity(V) for a time (T), the distance travelled would be L = VT.
When the body moves with uniform velocity its acceleration is 0. Pls explain.
In uniform motion.
In uniform motion.
- Uniform Linear motion: with constant velocity. - Non Uniform Linear motion: with variable velocity.
For velocity to be truly uniform, the object must be moving in a straight line. If that is the case then the acceleration is Zero.
A body moving at a uniform speed may have a uniform velocity, or its velocity could be changing. How could that be? Let's look. The difference between speed and velocity is that velocity is speed with a direction vector associated with it. If a car is going from, say, Cheyenne, Wyoming to the Nebraska state line at a steady speed of 70 miles per hour, its velocity is 70 miles per hour east. Simple and easy. Uniform speed equals uniform velocity. (Yes, I-80 isn't perfectly straight there. Let's not split hairs.) But a car moving around a circular track at a uniform speed is constantly changing direction. Its speed is constant, but its velocity is changing every moment because the directionit is going is changing. Speed is uniform, but velocity isn't. As asked, uniform speed is a uniform distance per unit of time. And this will yield a uniform distance per unit of time in its velocity, but the direction vector may be uniform or it may be changing each moment, as illustrated.
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.