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what is the connection between the slope of the displacement versus time graph and the value of the instantaneous velocity?

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  1. anonymous
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    yes delta(displacement)/delta(time)= velocity

  2. anonymous
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    displacement -time graph shows us the variation of the motion of the body with time. the slope of the graph gives the value of velocity. as truly replied delta(displacement) /delta (time ) is velocity. if we put the limit that delta (time) approaches to zero then it gives the instantaneous velocity. without limit it will give the average velocity.

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    Slope can be found on wikipedia...

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    wikipedia.... nice place to search. please tell if my answer is wrong. because i think that it is correct.

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