Average velocity from a position-time graph?

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xdeanna
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what is the object's average velocity during the entire interval?
..i know velocity would be the slope..but there's different slopes so what do i do?
does it have to do with instantaneous velocity?!

physics makes me sad. :(
 

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aim1732
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Well there is no need to be. Average velocity is simply net displacement divided by time elapsed.
 
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xdeanna
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So..2m/s [N]? :D
 
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aim1732
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For the complete path shown, yes.
 

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