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in a given time interval is the total displacement of the particle equal to product of average velocity and time tnterval even when the velocity is not constant.

in a given time interval is the total displacement of the particle equal to product of average velocity and time tnterval even when the velocity is not constant.

Grade:11

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Badiuddin askIITians.ismu Expert
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11 years ago

Dear manisha

Yes it is possible .actually it is a concept of average velocity.

sippose a partical has velocity v=2t m/sec   where t is in sec.

here velocity is not constant.

in 10 sec it will cover a distance  S =o10 vdt

                                                 =o10 2tdt

                                                 =100 m


now  if it moves with avg velocity =10 m/sec

then also in 10 sec it will  cover = 10*10 =100 m distance.

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