Examples of constant velocity in the following topics:

 An object moving with constant velocity must have a constant speed in a constant direction.
 Motion with constant velocity is one of the simplest forms of motion.
 To have a constant velocity, an object must have a constant speed in a constant direction.
 If an object is moving at constant velocity, the graph of distance vs. time (x vs. t) shows the same change in position over each interval of time.
 Examine the terms for constant velocity and how they apply to acceleration

 A motionless object still has constant (zero) velocity, so motionless objects also have zero acceleration.
 so objects with constant velocity also have zero net external force.
 If no net force is applied to the object along the xaxis, it will continue to move along the xaxis at a constant velocity, with no acceleration .
 If the object is spinning, it will continue to spin at the same constant angular velocity.

 Instantaneous velocity is the velocity of an object at a single point in time and space as calculated by the slope of the tangent line.
 A graphical representation of our motion in terms of distance vs. time, therefore, would be more variable or "curvy" rather than a straight line, indicating motion with a constant velocity as shown in .
 To calculate the speed of an object from a graph representing constant velocity, all that is needed is to find the slope of the line; this would indicate the change in distance over the change in time.
 Since our velocity is constantly changing, we can estimate velocity in different ways.
 Determine what differentiates instantaneous velocity from other ways of determining velocity

 and illustrate situations where $net F = 0$ for both static equilibrium (motionless), and dynamic equilibrium (constant velocity).
 In , the car is in dynamic equilibrium because it is moving at constant velocity.
 This car is in dynamic equilibrium because it is moving at constant velocity.

 It displays the object's location at various equally spaced times on the same diagram; shows an object's initial position and velocity; and presents several spots in the center of the diagram.
 We can conclude that the puck is moving at a constant velocity and, therefore, there is no acceleration or deceleration during the motion.
 Viewing an object on a motion diagram allows one to determine whether an object is speeding up or slowing down, or if it is at constant rest.
 As the frames are taken, we can assume that an object is at a constant rest if it occupies the same position over time.

 Though the body's speed is constant, its velocity is not constant: velocity (a vector quantity) depends on both the body's speed and its direction of travel.
 ) Thus, v is a constant, and the velocity vector v also rotates with constant magnitude v, at the same angular rate ω.
 The point P travels around the circle at constant angular velocity ω.
 where θ=ωt, ω is the constant angular velocity, and X is the radius of the circular path.
 Velocity v and acceleration a in uniform circular motion at angular rate ω; the speed is constant, but the velocity is always tangent to the orbit; the acceleration has constant magnitude, but always points toward the center of rotation

 The object's velocity increases in the beginning as it accelerates at the beginning, then remains constant in the middle before it slows down toward the end.
 In the middle, when the object was changing position at a constant velocity, the acceleration was 0.
 This is because the object is no longer changing its velocity and is moving at a constant rate.
 It has no acceleration as it travels at constant velocity in the middle of the journey.
 In the middle of the journey, while the velocity remains constant, the position changes at a constant rate.

 Although the angle itself is not a vector quantity, the angular velocity is a vector.
 A fly on the edge of a rotating object records a constant velocity v.
 The object is rotating with an angular velocity equal to v/r.
 The direction of the angular velocity will be along the axis of rotation.
 Define the angular velocity for an an object that rotates about an axis

 Therefore, for all objects moving at constant velocity (including a velocity of 0  stationary objects), the net external force is zero.

 Uniform circular motion describes the motion of an object along a circle or a circular arc at constant speed.
 It states that an object will maintain a constant velocity unless a net external force is applied.
 Since the velocity vector of the object is changing, an acceleration is occurring.
 The direction of the velocity along the circular trajectory is tangential.
 In uniform circular motion, the centripetal force is perpendicular to the velocity.