Acceleration shows the changes in the magnitude and direction of velocity. It is a vector with a standard unit of meters per second squared. More »

Acceleration is any change in the speed or the direction of movement. It does not matter, from a scientific point of view, if only the direction changes but not the speed, as with a planet in a circular orbit, or if the ... More »

An object's acceleration is constant and downward due to the force of gravity In projectile motion, but the object's velocity reverses direction during the object's motion. This is because of the inertia described in New... More »

When the acceleration of an object is zero and the velocity is positive, the object continues to move at a steady velocity in the same direction. The object cannot be changing direction because direction change results i... More »

In physics, the three types of acceleration are changes in speed, direction and both simultaneously. The word "velocity" is often used in place of speed. A person can calculate the acceleration of an object by determinin... More »

The general formula for finding speed is x = d / t, where "x" denotes the speed, "d" indicates the distance traveled and "t" represents the time it takes to cover "d." Speed is a scalar quantity that is entirely defined ... More »

Acceleration is a vector quantity, which means that it has both a direction and a magnitude. Acceleration is the rate at which the velocity of an object changes. Velocity is also a vector and also has a direction. More »