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Under what condition(s) are average speed and magnitude of average velocity equal?

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  1. imron07
    • 2 years ago
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    If the object travels in stright line,

  2. need_help!
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    And under what conditions is velocity constant?

  3. Shane_B
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    For the second part, velocity is constant when there is no acceleration.

  4. imron07
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    Agree with @Shane_B , velocity is constant if there's no acceleration. It means NO ACCELERATION. Object's speed must be constant and it doesn't change direction.

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