## Help me for Instantaneous Velocity

can you explain me Instantaneous Velocity in simplest form?
 Recognitions: Science Advisor The average velocity over a time interval is the distance traveled divided by the time interval. The instantaneous velocity is the limiting case, where the time interval approaches zero.
 Blog Entries: 47 Recognitions: Gold Member Homework Help Science Advisor Instantaneous velocity can be thought of as "[the vector quantity with magnitude] what your speedometer reads right now, together with the direction your car is pointing". On a displacement-vs-time graph, you can visualize krab's definitions as average-velocity="the slope of a line-segment with endpoints at the start and end of the time-interval of interest" instantaneous-velocity="the slope of the tangent-line at the instant of interest" It's good to remember these prepositional phrasesaverage-velocity over a specific time-interval (you need to specify two times [better: two events]) instantaneous-velocity at a specific instant (you need to specify one time [better: one event])