Does uniform motion always have uniform velocity?


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Feb15-12, 05:01 AM
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Feb15-12, 05:14 AM
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I have heard people refer to uniform circular motion - and that would vertainly not be uniform velocity.
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Feb15-12, 05:35 AM
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When we are speaking about uniform velocity ,it means that both magnitude and direction of the velocity VECTOR must be uniform with time . But when we say uniform motion , we usually refer to the magnitude alone , irrespective of the direction . So , Uniform motion need not have uniform velocity always.


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