No, if the speed is constant then the acceleration is equal to zero.
No, an object can accelerate only if there is a net force acting on it.
Yes, although the speed is constant, the direction of the velocity can be changing.
Yes, if an object is moving it can experience acceleration.
It is moving in a straight line.
It is moving in a circle.
It is moving in a parabola.
None of the above is definitely true all of the time.
Both vectors point in the same direction.
The vectors point in opposite directions.
The vectors are perpendicular.
The question is meaningless, since the acceleration is zero.
In the same direction as the velocity vector.
In the opposite direction of the velocity vector.
Is directed toward the center of the circular path.
Is directed away from the center of the circular path.