What does Levin mean at 5.15 in kinematics that had he reversed the zero point he would get the same average velocity but different curve?
MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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What's the exact number of the lecture? When in that lecture?
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The number of the lecture is 2, introduction to kinematics. The question is at 5min, 15sec
Graphically, average velocity is the slope of the graph between any 2 points. I think when he said that, he meant that it doesn't matter where the graph started on the y-intercept; the average velocity (slope) between the 2 points would still have been the same, as the graph would only be shifted up or down. I don't think it's really important though.