Summary of Negative Velocity Negative Acceleration

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The video discusses how to obtain negative velocity with negative acceleration, by having an object moving in a negative direction in the y-direction. Negative acceleration can be achieved by speeding up an object as it moves downwards, with gravity being a perfect example of this - as an object falls, it gains speed downwards with a negative acceleration of -9.8 and a negative velocity.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the speaker explains how to get a negative velocity with a negative acceleration. An object going in a negative direction in the y-direction will result in negative velocity. To get negative acceleration, the object needs to accelerate downwards. Utilizing gravity as an example, an object falling will have a negative acceleration of -9.8 and a negative velocity as it gains speed in a negative direction as it falls.

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