## What is the shape of velocity time graph for uniform motion and uniform acceleration?

the graph will be of straight line as, the time increases velocity also increases with the same rate.

## What is velocity time graph for uniform velocity?

Hint: For a body in uniform motion, the magnitude of its velocity remains constant over time, that is, it has zero tangential acceleration that can change its speed. Hence, for uniform motion, the velocity-time graph will be a straight line.

**What is uniform acceleration on a graph?**

Acceleration that does not change in time is called uniform or constant acceleration. In a velocity versus time graph for uniform acceleration, the slope of the line is the acceleration. The equation that describes the curve is vf=vi+at.

**Which of the following velocity time graph represents uniform acceleration?**

Hint: The distance time graph is representing the uniform accelerated motion of the body. Uniform Acceleration is derivative of v with respect to time.

### Is uniform velocity and constant velocity same?

Velocity of an object is defined as the speed of an object moving in a definite direction. Constant velocity is the velocity whose direction as well as magnitude remains constant. Uniform velocity is the velocity whose magnitude(only) increases with equal intervals of time.

### What is the acceleration of a body moving with uniform velocity?

The acceleration of body moving with uniform velocity is zero, because there is no change in velocity.

**What is uniform velocity and uniform acceleration?**

The condition in which a body covers equal distance in an equal interval of the time is known to be uniform velocity. Uniform acceleration: When an object is travelling in a straight line with an increase in velocity at equal intervals of time, then the object is said to be in uniform acceleration.

**What happens to velocity when acceleration is uniform?**

Translation: If an object’s speed (velocity) is increasing at a constant rate then we say it has uniform acceleration. The rate of acceleration is constant.

## Which of the following graph represents uniform velocity?

The position-time graph which gives a straight line with constant slope represents uniform motion.

## Which graph shows a uniform speed?

Speed-time

Speed-time graphs A horizontal line on a speed-time graph represents a steady speed. This can also be called a constant or uniform speed. A sloping line on a speed-time graph represents an acceleration .

**Does uniform velocity mean uniform acceleration?**

**Does uniform velocity have acceleration?**

Hence, the acceleration of a body moving with uniform velocity will always be zero.

### What are acceleration vs. time graphs?

Acceleration vs time graphs tells us about an object’s velocity the same way velocity vs time graphs tell us about an object’s displacement. The change in velocity in a given time frame is equal to the area under the graph during that same time interval. Explaining the Acceleration-Time Graph Vertical Axis

### What is velocity vs time graph?

Velocity vs. time graph shows the variation of velocity with time. If the velocity-time graph is a straight line parallel to the x axis, the object moves with constant velocity. If the graph is a straight line (not parallel to the x axis), the velocity is increasing uniformly i.e. the body moves with constant .

**Which graph shows acceleration?**

velocity-time graph (speed-time graph) a graph showing acceleration. Frame of reference. settings from which measurements are taken. Gravity. The common name given to the force applied by the very large mass on earth to the relatively smaller masses.

**What is the formula for calculating acceleration?**

The formula for acceleration is given as a = (v2 – v1) / (t2 – t1), where “a” denotes the acceleration, “v2” indicates the final velocity, “v1” represents the initial velocity and “t2 – t1” is the time interval between the final and initial velocities.