V, since all the directions are uniform
W, since all the directions are uniform
Y, since all the directions are uniform
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V, W, and Y.
For a particle in uniform circular motion, the velocity vector remains constant in magnitude, but it continuously changes its direction. The velocity is tangent to the circle. The velocity vectors are all the same length.
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V, W, and Y
I just took the test on edge and this is correct.
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V, W, Y
Because they all have vectors of equal length going around the circle and in the circle.
In uniform circular motion the speed of the object must be uniform so the tangential velocity vector must be of equal lengths
Now the acceleration in such motion must be towards the center of the circle with same magnitude
so the vector towards the center of the circle must be of equal lengths always
so here in this way correct representation of uniform circular motion is given as