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Is it possible for a particle to be moving with constant speed and still being accelerating
 
 
 
2 months ago

Answers : (3)

Parth
58 Points
							
Yes it is possible
in case of uniform circular motion the speed remains constant, but it always have radial acceleration (  v^2/r)
but it’s velocity keeps changing
2 months ago
Ayush_Deep
120 Points
							
Yes it is possible
Since particle is accelerating , its velocity must change in terms of direction but with constant magnitude for constant speed.
This is possible in many cases . 
One example is helical path followed by charged particle in presence of magnetic field.
This is also possible in case of uniform circular motion.
Hope you got your answer.
 
2 months ago
Vikas TU
11680 Points
							
Yes, it is possible to accelerate a particle at constant velocity. Acceleration is a change in velocity, either in its magnitude—i.e., speed—or in its direction, or both. The sharper the curve and the greater your speed, the more noticeable this acceleration will become.
2 months ago
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