What is the terminal speed with direction of motion?
Speed takes no notice of the direction of the motion. Velocity means the speed and its direction.
Acceleration in motion refers to a change in speed or direction of that object's motion. So a type of motion in which speed and direction do not change is a motion in which the acceleration is constant (i.e. unchanging).
A force can cause an object to change its speed if it has a component along the same direction with its speed. It can change its direction if it has a component in a different direction from the direction of its speed. so if a force is 1) parallel to the direction of speed and motion it only changes the speed. 2)If it makes an angle different than 90 degrees with the direction of motion… Read More
By using an Arrow (VECTOR) to represent its SPEED and DIRECTION. Where the Arrow points is its Direction of Motion, and its LENGTH (magnitude) is its SPEED.
"Uniform" motion is motion with a constant speed in a straight line. Speed or direction are not changing. If either speed or direction changes, then that's "accelerated" motion.
If the speed of an object is cited and its direction of motion is also cited, we have the velocity of the object. Velocity is speed plus a direction vector.
This is one definition of acceleration (including deceleration) - any change in the speed of motion of a moving object, or in the direction of its motion. Motion is a vector value with both speed and direction.
A change in speed or direction of motion is called "acceleration". If an object's speed or direction of motion changes, then the object is "accelerated".
The speed increases. The object accellerates positively in the direction of motion.
Speed and direction is called velocity.
When a moving object is pushed in the direction of its motion the speed of the object increases
Yes. Acceleration is defined as a change of speed and/or direction of motion. If the speed and direction of motion are constant, then there is no acceleration.
No. Velocity is the present speed and direction of motion. If speed or direction changes, then that's 'acceleration'.
Yes, without the direction it is just speed
Force changes either the speed or the direction of motion, or both.
Since the direction of the motion remains constant throughout the free fall, once the speed also becomes constant, the acceleration is zero.
The average speed of motion is when speed is changing. Speed equals total distance divided by total travel time. Velocity is the speed and direction of an object's motion.
'Acceleration' means any change in speed or direction of motion. 'Uniform' motion means no change in speed or direction.
The acceleration will either speed up or slow down an object's motion in the direction it is applied. Any change in speed or direction is considered acceleration.
1). Force applied to a moving object, in the direction of its motion. Speed increases, direction remains unchanged. 2). Force applied to a moving object, opposite to the direction of its motion. Speed decreases, direction remains unchanged. 3). Force applied to a moving object, in an arbitrary direction not parallel to the direction of motion. Speed and direction both change. 4). (bonus): Force applied to a moving object, force is kept exactly perpendicular to the… Read More
No. Acceleration may point in any direction at all with respect to the direction of motion. Acceleration in the direction of motion increases the speed in the same direction. Acceleration in the opposite direction leads to an effect commonly referred to as "slowing down". Acceleration in any other random direction bends the path of the motion, and may increase or decrease the speed.
If you know the speed and direction of the object's motion, then you know its velocity.
the speed of motion is determined by how fast the object in motion is traveling along with the distance it has traveled. the direction of motion can be discovered by either using a frame of reference (point of comparison) or simple devices such as a compass.
when the direction or the speed of motion changes then it is called non-uniform motion
Motion is said to be accelerated when its speed or direction are changing.
If an object is in motion it has a Velocity, which is speed and direction.
Uniform motion refers to motion with constant (including zero) velocity: that is, the same speed and in the same direction. Non-uniform motion can refer to motion in which the speed or direction of motion are not constant throughout the period under consideration.
Uniform motion is motion at constant speed in a straight line. Non-uniform motion is motion where the speed or direction or both are changing.
Because "acceleration" doesn't mean 'speeding up'. It means any change in the speed or direction of motion. The only motion that's not accelerated is motion at a constant speed in a straight line. If the speed is increasing, or the speed is decreasing, or the direction is changing, that's acceleration.
Acceleration is a change in speed or direction. Velocity is the speed and direction. ex. 41 mph northeast
Because it doesn't have direction - Velocity is usually used to describe motion in physics because it has both speed and direction.
Speed descibes the rate of motion of an object. Velocity describes rate of motion (speed) of an objectin a specific direction. For example - the car's speed was 60mph, the car's velocity was west at 60mph.
Motion is when an object changes its direction. Speed is how fast something is moving. Hope that helps!!
Yes, since the velocity changes, there is acceleration. Note that the velocity is made up of a speed, and a direction - and in circular motion, the direction changes all the time.
Acceleration means any change in either speed or direction of motion. If speed remains constant, there may still be acceleration present if the direction of the motion is changing. If the rate at which speed and/or direction are changing remains constant, then the acceleration is constant
Not exactly. Velocity is the speed and direction of an object's motion. If either speed or direction changes, then the change is the object's 'acceleration'.
This is not true. Acceleration includes direction, but speed does not. Speed in a particular direction is called velocity.
An object in motion tends to stay in motion at a constant speed and direction, unless some force acts upon it to change its speed and/or direction.
when the motion of an object accelerates it either increases speed, decreases speed, or it changes direction.
The direction of an object's motion is a component of its velocity but not of its speed.
its speed increases
When the net force on a body is in the opposite direction to the motion of the body the speed of the body will never increase rather retardation will take place and the body will lose its speed.
'Acceleration' is a change in the speed and/or direction of motion.
"Acceleration" means a change of speed or direction. If the direction of your motion changes, then there is acceleration, even if your speed doesn't change.
Velocity is the speed and direction of an object in motion .
the object's 'velocity'