Yes, how can race cars speed up so fast and what is the difference between velocity and acceleration?
Any other questions about velocity or acceleration?
Ok, one at a time, the difference between velocity and acceleration is velocity and direction and speed while acceleration is how fast and object speeds up in a given time.
And race cars can speed up so fast because they have high acceleration and velocity, the drivers step on the gas pedal and the engine works hard to speed the lightweight vehicle up to 60 mph or high straight forward in a matter of a couple seconds
So the difference between velocity and acceleration is velocity is speed and direction, while acceleration is how fast an object goes in a given time
And race cars have high acceleration and velocity and that is how the go so fast in such little time