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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello,

Suppose given a sample data of particle travelling with following co-ordinates:

x | y

[(2, 2),

(4, 2),

(4, 3),

(4, 4),

(1, 3),

(1, 1),

(4, 4),

(4, 1),

(0, 4),

(4, 2)]

we want to calculate the Average velocity. How do we find it?

If we use difference between initial and last wont give the average as the particle might have traveled a lot prior to that.

I have a data of around 1000 points where the particle traveled. And thus would like to find the same. Can you help me solving it.

Thanks.

Suppose given a sample data of particle travelling with following co-ordinates:

x | y

[(2, 2),

(4, 2),

(4, 3),

(4, 4),

(1, 3),

(1, 1),

(4, 4),

(4, 1),

(0, 4),

(4, 2)]

we want to calculate the Average velocity. How do we find it?

If we use difference between initial and last wont give the average as the particle might have traveled a lot prior to that.

I have a data of around 1000 points where the particle traveled. And thus would like to find the same. Can you help me solving it.

Thanks.