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Say what?....Wouldn't the negative be called "deceleration" ??
Don't see anything about slowing in the definition:

Enroll in an engineering school and you will be set straight on the definition, meaning, and application of "acceleration" in the first few weeks or you will flunk out.
 
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Enroll in an engineering school and you will be set straight on the definition, meaning, and application of "acceleration" in the first few weeks or you will flunk out.
Been there done that...degrees in civil engineering and architecture...
FYI...the definition is what is...!
 
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Enroll in an engineering school and you will be set straight on the definition, meaning, and application of "acceleration" in the first few weeks or you will flunk out.
My query was if the word "acceleration" meant both the "positive and the negative" why the word "deceleration"...?
What should have been pointed out (and I obviously missed) in the cited definition is...in physics the broad definition is "a change in velocity" i.e., increase or decrease...
So...something that is "accelerating" can be either speeding up or slowing down ?...but something that is decelerating is only slowing ??

semantics conundrum ?
 
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My query was if the word "acceleration" meant both the "positive and the negative" why the word "deceleration"...?
What should have been pointed out (and I obviously missed) in the cited definition is...in physics the broad definition is "a change in velocity" i.e., increase or decrease...
So...something that is "accelerating" can be either speeding up or slowing down ?...but something that is decelerating is only slowing ??

semantics conundrum ?
Have you done that Tesla test drive yet?
 
 
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