When is acceleration constant?

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Apr 15, 2018

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Explanation:

Constant acceleration refers to the motion where the speed of the object increases in the same amount in per unit time. The most notable and important example of constant acceleration is free fall. When an object is thrown or dropped, it experiences constant acceleration due to gravity, which has a constant value of #10 ms^-2#.

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