How do you find average velocity from a position-time graph?


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Also, how do you find instantaneous velocity from a position-time graph?
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Also, how do you find instantaneous velocity from a position-time graph?
What is the definition of average velocity? If you look it up somewhere, I'm sure you'll know how to deal with the position-time graph.
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What did you not understand about the answers that you got in your other thread on this subject?

http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=134569


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