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Magnitude Of The Acceleration: 3 Facts You Should Know

As acceleration is linked to velocity change, it is a vector quantity having both magnitude and direction, just like velocity. Its direction shows how velocity is changing.  But we’re curious about what does the magnitude of the acceleration mean. The length of any vector that points in the vector’s direction, denoted by its unit, is …

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Can Magnitude Of Acceleration Be Negative: 3 Important Facts

When velocity varies over time, it causes acceleration. As a result, it is, therefore, a vector quantity with direction and magnitude. You may come across the term “negative acceleration.” So the question is, can magnitude of acceleration be negative? So, in this article, let’s have a look at this question. Magnitude, magnitude is nothing more …

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The Electric Field Between Two Plates: Formula, Magnitude, Direction, Imp FAQs

In this article, we will use Gauss’ law to calculate the electric field between two plates and the electric field of a capacitor. The electric field between two plates: The electric field is an electric property that is linked with any charge in space. Thus, the electric field is any physical quantity that takes different …

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