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Question 3: Motion with constant velocity is special case of motion with constant acceleration. Is this statement true? Discuss.


The statement is true. When a body is moving with a constant velocity, its acceleration is zero. This acceleration remains constant as far as the body is moving with constant velocity. Therefore, we can say that motion with constant velocity is a special case of constant acceleration.


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