Can a body have zero velocity and finite acceleration?

Open in App

Solution

Verified by Toppr

Yes, it is possible when an object is thrown upward then at the highest point its velocity is zero and it has acceleration due to gravity, which is finite.

Was this answer helpful?

6

Similar Questions

Q1

Can a body have zero velocity and finite acceleration?

View Solution

Q2

can a body have constant acceleration but zero velocity

View Solution

Q3

Which combination of the following statements is wrong? I. A body can have a constant speed but a varying velocity II. A body can have a constant velocity but a varying speed III. A body can have a zero velocity and finite acceleration.

View Solution

Q4

A body having zero velocity will necessarily have zero acceleration. true or false??

View Solution

Q5

List I List II

A) Constant speed and varying velocity

I) At highest point of body projected vertically up

B) Zero displacement and finite distance

II) Uniform circular motion

C) Zero velocity and finite acceleration

III) At any intermediate point of freely falling body