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Kelan

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## Homework Statement

1. is it possible for the total distance traveled to equal the magnitude of the displacement? if "no" why not? if "yes" give an example

2. is it possible for the total distance traveled to exceed the magnitude of the displacement? if "no" why not? if "yes" give an example

3.is it possible for the magnitude of the displacement to exceed the total distance travelled? if "no" why not? if "yes" give an example

4. can the average speed ever equal the magnitude of the average velocity? if "no" why not? if "yes" give an example

Thanks in advance, Kelan

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## The Attempt at a Solution

ok so i know that the magnitude can not be greater then the distance traveled but i do not know why i need it explained to me i only know this because the teacher told us

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