Yes it can, and it's really easy. -- A stone tossed upward, before it peaks and starts falling, has upward velocity and downward acceleration. -- A car driving east and slowing for a stop-sign has eastward velocity and westward acceleration.
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Newton's formula for acceleration is:F = m AF is the force on an object.'m' is the mass of the object.A is the object's acceleration.I wrote the F and the A as bold, italicized capital letters because they're bothvectors ... each of them has a magnitude (size) and a direction.To get a clear picture of what the acceleration depends on, just divide each sideof that formula by 'm' :A = F/mand that's it. There you have everything there is to know about acceleration.The size of it is equal to the force on the object divided by the object's mass,the direction of it is the same as the direction of the force, and nothing elsehas any effect on it.So the only way to change an object's acceleration is to either change the forceacting on it, or to change its mass. That's two ways, and there's no other way.There's really only one possible cause of acceleration. That's force.You may be thinking of three possible ways in which the object's motionmay change when it accelerates:speeding upslowing downchanging directionAcceleration is slowing down... lol and speeding up Newtons second law of motion F=MxA the third way is changing direction
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acceleration means to accelerate, which means you gain speed, or speed up. Their synonyms. Its not really much of a question, if you ask me.
Yes, of course if there is force there is acceleration.
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The acceleration of a falling object is called gravity. A free-falling object has an acceleration of 9.8 m/s/s when going downward on Earth.
Really fast acceleration average top speed around 50
really the Jaguar is built for acceleration and goes about 30 mph.
It really depends what information you are given. In the simplest case, you use the definition of acceleration as delta(speed) / time. That is, you divide the change (delta) in speed, and divide by how long it takes for this change in speed. This gives you the average acceleration over the given time. If you assume a constant acceleration, it is also the instantaneous acceleration at any moment.
-- If you really mean "falls through the air", then its acceleration steadily decreases. -- If you're actually thinking about an object that's "falling", with no air in the way and no other influence on it except gravity, then its acceleration is constant as it falls.
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F=m*a Force is equal to mass times acceleration, so when you apply acceleration to an object with mass you are really applying force
If it has more mass, it requires more effort - more force, really - to accelerate it. With a greater mass, the same force would result in less acceleration.
Gravity and acceleration are definitely NOT the same. Gravity and acceleration can have the same EFFECTS.Dark matter is some unknown substance, which provides gravitational attraction. As a result, just like any regular matter, it will accelerate any nearby matter. But calling it "dark acceleration" doesn't really solve the mystery of what it's made of.
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In theory, if you keep the force constant and vary the acceleration, the mass will vary inversely to the acceleration. In other words, if the acceleration increases, the mass will decrease; if the acceleration decreases the mass will increase. This is according to Newton's 2nd Law illustrated by the equation a=F/m. This is really a mental exercise, because this particular experiment could not actually be performed in a typical physics laboratory.