Is the distance an object moving increases with time if it is accelerated with a constant rate?
I mean, doesn't it depend on the direction the object is traveling? if I throw an object upward, wouldn't the distance it travels per second decrease due to the deceleration of gravity?
This was the question, it was from my final PHYS101 exam:
If an object is undergoing constant acceleration, the distance it travels per second is:
A. Increasing with time
B. Decreasing with time
C. Constant with time
D. Depends on the direction it travels