Describe acceleration, Physics

Describe Acceleration

In physics, acceleration is the rate at that the velocity of a body changes with time. In common, velocity and acceleration are vector quantities, along with magnitude and direction, by in several cases only magnitude is considered (sometimes along with negative values for deceleration, treating it as a one dimensional vector). Acceleration is accompanied through a force, as elaborates through Newton's Second Law and the force, as a vector, is the product of the mass of the object being accelerated and the acceleration (vector).


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