when is acceleration is zero? when a body has uniform velocity why acceleration is zero?
Asked by | 10th Apr, 2012, 09:55: PM
Acceleration defines change of velocity of a body in a unit time interval. It measures how much velocity is changing in a given time interval. If the body has uniform velocity, it means velocity is not changing. So the change in velocity is zero. In other words, its acceleration is zero.
Answered by | 11th Apr, 2012, 12:51: PM
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