# What is the difference between uniform accelerated and non uniform accelerated motion?

**Uniform acceleration**is the change of equal velocity in equal interval of time.

**Non uniform acceleration**is the change of unequal velocity in equal interval of time. The

**motion**of a ball rolling down.

Similarly, you may ask, what is the difference between uniform and accelerated motion?

**Uniformly accelerated motion** - A body will move with a constant **acceleration** and its velocity will keep on changing with time at a constant/steady rate. **Uniform Motion** - A body will be moving with a constant/unchanging velocity moving **in a** particular direction and thus **acceleration** will be zero.

Also Know, what are the two types of uniformly accelerated motion? There actually are simple Linear, **motion** in a straight line with **acceleration** in either the same direction as **motion** (ie velocity increasing) or opposite to the direction of **motion** (ie velocity decreasing). Non linear, **motion** in non straight line or curve with **acceleration** at an angle from the direction of **motion**.

Also to know, what is uniform accelerated motion?

**Uniformly Accelerated Motion** (UAM) is **motion** of an object where the **acceleration** is constant. In other words, the **acceleration** remains **uniform**; the **acceleration** is equal to a number and that number does not change as a function of time. Examples of objects in UAM: • A ball rolling down an incline.

What is the difference between acceleration and uniform acceleration?

The **acceleration** of an object is its change in velocity over an increment of time. This can mean a change **in the** object's speed or direction. Average **acceleration** is the change of velocity over a period of time. **Constant** or **uniform acceleration** is when the velocity changes the same amount in every equal time period.