uniformly accelerated motion

tolygiai greitėjantis judėjimas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. uniformly accelerated motion vok. gleichförmig beschleunigte Bewegung, f; gleichmässig beschleunigte Bewegung, f rus. равномерно ускоренное движение, n pranc. mouvement uniformément accéléré, m; mouvement uniformément varié, m

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