# Why the acceleration of body with uniform velocity is zero ?

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by LakhaYogi
You should see the definitions before asking this question

2015-09-06T05:00:50+05:30

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A=dv/dt=k/dt=0 (where k is a constant).
that's why acceleration is zero.
2015-09-06T18:22:25+05:30

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The definition of acceleration is Rate of Change in velocity.When velocity is uniform,there is no change.So the acceleration will be equal to 0.
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