Acceleration during this interval
The velocity of a body was observed to be constant throughout five minutes of its motion. Determine its acceleration during this interval?
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As the velocity of body remains constant throughout the given time period, therefore difference of velocity (that is, constant) with respect to time will be (0) ZERO.
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