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## Is acceleration and accelerated motion same?

If the velocity of the object increases with time, its acceleration increases. If the velocity of an object decreases with time, its acceleration is negative. The motion is uniformly accelerated motion or it non-uniformly accelerated, depending on how the velocity changes with time.

**How do you compare acceleration?**

Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity of an object. It is measured in m/s2. They are both vector quantities i.e. both magnitude and direction are required to fully specify them….Comparison chart.

Acceleration | Velocity | |
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Average | Velocity/time | Displacement/time |

Unit | m/s2 | m/s |

Equation | a=v/t | v=d/t |

**What are the significant similarities and differences between velocity and acceleration?**

Differences Between Acceleration And Velocity – Different types of Motion

Velocity | Acceleration |
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Velocity may be positive or negative or zero. | Acceleration may be positive or negative. It cannot be zero as it is defined as the change in velocity or speed. This explains that there should be some motion for acceleration. |

### What is the difference between uniform motion and nonuniform motion?

The uniform motion is identical to the actual speed of the object. Uniform motion covers equal distance at an equal time interval. Non-uniform motion covers unequal distance at equal time interval. In uniform motion, the distance to time graph shows a straight line.

**Is uniform motion and uniform acceleration same?**

Are uniform acceleration and uniform motion the same? The answer to this question is uniform motion and uniform acceleration are completely different from each other.

**What are some similarities and differences between velocity and acceleration?**

Velocity is the rate of change of position with respect to time, whereas acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. Both are vector quantities (and so also have a specified direction), but the units of velocity are meters per second while the units of acceleration are meters per second squared.

## What are the similarities and differences between average velocity and acceleration?

Comparison chart

Acceleration | Velocity | |
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Components | Velocity, time | Distance, time and direction of motion |

Average | Velocity/time | Displacement/time |

Unit | m/s2 | m/s |

Equation | a=v/t | v=d/t |

**How does acceleration compared to gravity?**

These two laws lead to the most useful form of the formula for calculating acceleration due to gravity: g = G*M/R^2, where g is the acceleration due to gravity, G is the universal gravitational constant, M is mass, and R is distance.

**What is the difference between uniform and nonuniform acceleration?**

Uniform Acceleration: We can define uniform acceleration as the acceleration in which the velocity of a body changes at a constant rate in a given interval of time. In non-uniform motion, the direction of the body or the magnitude of acceleration can change with time.

### What do you understand by uniform and nonuniform motion give examples and differentiate them?

Example of uniform motion: A body moving with a constant speed in a straight line has uniform motion. Non-uniform motion: When an object covers an unequal distance in equal interval of time, the motion is called non-uniform motion.

**What is nonuniform acceleration?**

Non-Uniform Acceleration: We can define non-uniform acceleration as the acceleration in which the velocity of a body does not change at a constant rate in a given interval of time. The area under the acceleration v/s time graph gives the change in velocity.