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Grade: 11

                        

If a particle is moving in a straight line with constant speed then its acceleration. a)must be zero b)may be variable c) may be uniform d)both b and c What is the answer and how to interpret this question?

4 years ago

Answers : (2)

Vikas TU
12121 Points
							
​First option suitable as speed is constant the ccln must be zero.
As accln. = chnge in velocity.
And hence here both initial and final velocoty are same as both are constants therfore the difference would be zero,.
and accln would be zero.
4 years ago
Nikhil Negi
28 Points
							Acceleration= dv/dt It is given that v is constant (it is a straight line motion with constant speed =>speed = velocity)Differentiation of a constant is zero..Hence,acceleration=0
						
3 years ago
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