|Aug23-04, 11:30 PM||#1|
Help me for Instantaneous Velocity
can you explain me Instantaneous Velocity in simplest form?
|Aug24-04, 01:23 AM||#2|
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.
|Aug24-04, 07:16 AM||#3|
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
It's good to remember these prepositional phrases
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