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Uniformly accelerated motion, or constant acceleration, is motion that has a constant and unchanging velocity. Uniformly accelerated motion may or may not include a difference in an object's speed. The acceleration of an object means that there is a net force in the direction of that object's acceleration.

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Only Domingo de Soto, a Spanish theologian, in his commentary on Aristotle's Physics published in 1545, after defining "uniform difform" motion (which is uniformly accelerated motion) – the word velocity wasn't used – as proportional to time, declared correctly that this kind of motion was identifiable with freely falling bodies and ...

**medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com**/**Uniformly+accelerated+motion**

e·qua·tion of mo·tion (ĕ-kwā'zhŭn mō'shŭn) 1. An expression of Newton's second law that relates forces, displacements, and their derivatives for a mechanical system. 2. For the respiratory system, an equation that relates the forces involved in breathing to the displacements they produce. Typically, pressure differences are used to represent ...

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Uniformly Accelerated Motion the motion of a point such that its tangential acceleration wτ is constant; in the case of uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion, the point’s acceleration w is constant. The speed ν of the point t sec after uniform acceleration begins and the point’s distance s from its initial position—s being measured along the ...

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Uniform Motion: Definition: This type of motion is defined as the motion of an object in which the object travels in a straight line and its velocity remains constant along that line as it covers equal distances in equal intervals of time, irrespective of the duration of the time. If a body is involved in rectilinear motion and the motion is consistent, then the acceleration of the body must ...

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Uniform or constant acceleration is a type of motion in which the velocity of an object changes by an equal amount in every equal time period. A frequently cited example of uniform acceleration is that of an object in free fall in a uniform gravitational field.

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Question:Please give me the definition of the uniformly accelerated linear motion.Thanks. Answers:Motion implies momentum, which implies velocity.Linear implies a straight line. Accelerating implies changing velocity. And uniform implies constancy. So, when a body moves in a straight line and accelerates at a constant rate, the body is said to have an uniformly accelerated linear motion.

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uniformly accelerated motion. Projectile Motion airborne motion -- parabolic path of CM constant horizontal velocity constant vertical acceleration Vertical velocity = 0 • A ball is dropped from the top of a building. Its motion may be predicted using the previous equations. Time (s) Position (m) Velocity (m/s)

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Question: Answers:When acceleration is 0, velocity will not change and the movement will be through a straight line.Don't forget that accelerations and velocities are vectors. So, while the speed is the same in uniform circular motion (speed is the module of the velocity, that is, the length of the velocity vector), velocity changes direction.