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What is Constant Speed?

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Constant speed is sometimes confuse with velocity. However, they are very differently, at constant speed, your acceleration is zero. The main difference between speed and velocity is that speed is just a scalar while velocity is a vector. NOTE: a
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Velocity is a vector, thus it has a direction. Therefore, you can change the velocity by changing direction. A great example of this is a ball on a string spinning at a constant speed
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1. Divide the distance traveled over the time to find the constant speed. 2. Divide the distance traveled over the time to find the constant speed. Practice with an example of a race
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