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What is the acceleration of a body moving with a uniform velocity

acceleration<a> =(final velocity<f> - initial velocity<i>)/time therefore velocity is uniform for all the time let the time be t and velocity is uniform so f = i from the equation a=(f - f)/t i.e. a=0 ms^-2



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Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. But when the velocity is uniform, there will be no change in it. Hence the rate of change of velocity is zero. the acceleration of a body moving with a uniform velocity is zero.
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