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Acceleration, in physics, is the rate of change of velocity of an **object** with respect
to time. ... If the car turns, an acceleration **occurs** toward the new direction. .... and
the normal or radial acceleration (or **centripetal acceleration** in circular motion, ...

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The velocity of an **object** moving at a constant speed but in a circular motion due
to a **centripetal** force is constantly changing direction (because velocity is a ...

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**Centripetal Acceleration**. Consider an **object** moving in a circle of radius r with
constant angular velocity. The tangential speed is constant, but the direction of
the ...

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Learn what **centripetal acceleration** means and how to calculate it. ... The figure
below shows an **object** moving in a circular path at constant speed. ..... High
**centripetal acceleration** significantly decreases the time it takes for separation to
**occur** ...

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Acceleration can mean. A. Speeding up. B. Slowing down. C. Changing direction.
D. All of the above. 2. **Centripetal acceleration occurs** because an **object** is. A.

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velocity of an **object** changes, the **object** is **accelerating**. ... moving. **Acceleration**
means that an **object** changes it speed, its .... Define the term **centripetal**.

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Can an **object** have a constant velocity even if its speed is changing? ... Does a
non-zero **centripetal acceleration** cause a change in the speed of the **object**?

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The force acting on the **object** is constant in uniform circular motion and equal to
... The direction of **acceleration** is in the same direction as the **centripetal** force, ...

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The rotational angle is a measure of how far an **object** rotates, and angular
velocity ... and the orientation of the instantaneous axis about which the rotation
**occurs**. .... To calculate the **centripetal acceleration** of an **object** undergoing
uniform ...