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Accleration

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What is acceleration ? Acceleration is the change in velocity with respect to time .
What units is acceleration measured in ? Acceleration is meters per second squared .
How do you measure acceleration ? The change in velocity divided by time .
Is acceleration a vector quantity or a scalar quantity ? Acceleration is a vector quantity.
A decrease in change of velocity with time . Deceleration
In 0.5 seconds, a projectile goes from 0 to 300 m/s. What is the acceleration of the projectile? 600m/s^2
The velocity of the a car goes from 50 to 90 in 2 seconds calculate its acceleration ? 20m/s^2
The velocity of the a jet decreases from 300km/s to 150km/s in 24 second what is the jets deceleration . 6.25km/s^2
Created by: maria_afolahan