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can average velocity ever become equal to instataneous velocity

7 years ago


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Ya ofcourse , it can be equal to the instantaneous velocity wen the object moves with a constant velocity , the instantaneous will always be equal to the average velocity. Since , the velocity does not change , that is wat becomes the average vel. 

7 years ago


in case of uniform motion velocity remains constant and hence the average velocity=instantaneous velocity.

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