No. Velocity is the combination of a speed and its direction. In order for
two objects to have the same velocity, they must be moving at the same
speed, and in the same direction.
Well I think that you can use your calculations of angles and things like that to increase the speed of the skater. Like, let's say that the skaters leg was coming out at a 40 degree angle and to go faster he would have to make his leg go out at a 90 degree angle.
Speed skaters don't spin. Their training and equipment is designed to maximize foreward velocity.
They're used for different purposes-- figure skates for jumps and spins and speed skates for speed.
its just a skaters fashion
Pro hockey and speed skaters wear helmets but pro figure skaters don't.
Acceleration is change in velocity. These are vectors that have magnitude and direction. Changing either magnitude (speed) or direction will have the skater be accelerating. SO, if the skater is going at a constant speed of 2m/s in a straight line, he is not accelerating. If he is at a constant speed of 2m/s traveling in a circle (you gave the word "around"), he is accelerating. Going around in circles means there is a force constantly changing your direction. Obviously that force is coming from the skaters legs.
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They would fly each a different direction.
You can watch skaters in the city on Netflix. Or if you want to watch skaters in the city online it's also available for personal use on YouTube to watch for free.
Figure Skaters train at an ice rink to practise their technique based on which level they are on.
Dude, there is about a thousand pro skaters and about two million non - pro skaters
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