Can an object have varying speed if its velocity is constant? If yes, give examples.
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The cars emerges from the tunnel at the same time. Since the car A is faster than car B at the same position, the car A is passing the car B. It will be in front of the car B.
The car B has greater acceleration than A. If they continue with the same accelerations, after some time, the car B will have bigger velocity than A and catch and pass it.
Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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