anonymous
  • anonymous
what does change in time mean
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anonymous
  • anonymous
it usually means the time elapsed during whatever it is your measuring, generally the formula would be t(final)-t(initial) = change in time
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about change in velocity
anonymous
  • anonymous
acceleration

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anonymous
  • anonymous
change in time of the velocity :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
d y change of y usually used to denote magnitude ---- - d x change of x usually used to denote time i think this is correct
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what does miles per hour mean

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