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Under what condition(s) are distance and magnitude of displacement equal?

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  1. Shane_B
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    They will be the same when the distance covered is in a straight line.

  2. need_help!
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    Oh, true..true! Thank youu =)

  3. Shane_B
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    To elaborate, displacement is the distance between two points. Distance includes the route taken from two points. If the route is a straight line then distance = displacement.

  4. need_help!
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    They're aren't any more conditions right?

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