Speed is the rate at which a distance is covered per time. In other words, it is the rate at which an object includes distance. Acceleration defined as the rate of change of velocity of an object with respect to the time taken. An object's acceleration is known by the total result of all forces acting on the object, as described by Newton's Second Law. Are you familiar with these terms in Physics? Try this quiz out.
Moving at the same velocity on a straight line
Slowing down
Change of direction
Increasing speed
Anti-acceleration
Anticeleration
Deceleration
Reversed motion
LT²
LT
L/T
L/T²
Change in Time
Distance covered
Change in velocity
Acceleration
Speed
Distance
Mass
Displacement
It has magnitude
It has no magnitude
It has magnitude but no direction
It has both magnitude and direction
Infinite acceleration
Hyperbolic acceleration
Instantaneous acceleration
Vector based acceleration
55
40
128
65
Distance
Time taken
Velocity
Acceleration
Ms²
M/s²
Fm²
M/s