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is it possible to have a situation in which differentiation of velocty vector w.r.t time is not equal to 0 but differentiation of magnitude of velocity vector is equal to zero?

Asked by Deepshikha deepsi 7th March 2013, 6:11 AM
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YEs in case of uniform circular motion, the magnitude of velocity remains same but the velocity changes due to the changing direction.
Answered by Expert 9th March 2013, 8:23 AM
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