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.
The the skater is accelerating. Acceleration is the rate at which an object changes its velocity. Velocity is a measure of speed and vector (direction). Even though the skater is traveling at a constants speed, the skater is going in a circle around the rink so the direction is changing. Therefore the velocity is changing. Therefore the skater is accelerating.
By not changing their speed. Technically, this means also not changing their velocity, which includes direction. So, you don't accelerate if you skate in a straight line at a constant speed. Otherwise, you are accelerating, even if your speed does not change.
If the velocity is constant, it follows that the the sum of all forces on the ice skater is zero.
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Yes, it is possible to get a skater skirt with an elastic waistband. However you will have to shop around.
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Put your toe in the ice, and turn around it
she was just skidding around
No a skater not a punk.
Skater is a noun.