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Can an object have non zero acceleration without having varying speed? How? Can you explain with an example please.?

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Yes, because acceleration also includes change in direction. For example, a race car on the track goes in a circle. If its speed is 150 mph for the entire race, it is still accelerating because it is not going in a straight line.

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