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Grade: 11
        
is a body having constant speed but varying velocity
11 months ago

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Rajdeep
226 Points
							YES!A body,
						
11 months ago
Rajdeep
226 Points
							
Sorry, by mistake I posted the previous answer. The correct explanation is here:
 
A body can have constant speed but variable velocity. Speed is only the modulus of velocity, which has only magnitude and no direction. Whereas, velocity has magnitude + direction.
 
Consider a body moving with a speed of 10m/s due east. It takes a right turn at the same speed, 10m/s. So, its speed remains constant, but its direction changes. So, the velocity changes from 10i (east) to -10j (south).
 
So, we can conclude that for a body having same speed, velocity may be variable.
 
Thanks!
11 months ago
Khimraj
2914 Points
							Yes it is possible.
A body performing uniform circular motion has const speed but variable velocity.
Hope it clears.
11 months ago
Tony
108 Points
							
Yes it is possible that body has constant speed but variable velocity. 
In case of uniform circular motion , speed can be constant but due to change in direction velocity changes!
 
10 months ago
Shail patel
29 Points
							
Yes it is possible ,
A body performing  circular motion with constant  speed does not have constant  velocity , as velocity  is an vector quantity ,it is dependent on magnitude  as well as direction
So in circular  motion when speed is constant  the magnitude  of velocity  is constant but it's direction  changes on every points so the velocity doesn't  remain  constant and changes on every  point of the circle
10 months ago
Anjali
13 Points
							
Yes, because it has its a law of nature.😀😀😀😀
  Hope your doubt is clear. I am a good explaner i knw...haaahhhaaaaa
 
9 months ago
Ashwin Sheoran
44 Points
							
Yes if we consider a uniform circular motion speed is constant but velocity changes as direction changes due to centripetal acceleration
Thank you
9 months ago
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