anonymous
  • anonymous
write down the mathematical relation between distance and displacement
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i don't know if this is what you're asking for distance>0 always whereas displacement>0 or 0 or smaller than 0
Shane_B
  • Shane_B
I think the relationship you're looking for is:\[\large distance >= displacement\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
(1) I think the distance = the initial position + the displacement It's just my guess. (2) for example a marble is d0 from point A when time=0. It is moving in velocity v1. the distance of the marble is dt. dt=d0+v1*time dt : distance d0 : initial position v1*time : displacement

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Shane_B
  • Shane_B
@shkrina: Well, not quite :) Distance is the path from point A to B...the entire length of the path. Displacement is the *direct* path from point A to B. |dw:1371677247181:dw| Therefore, this should always hold true: distance >= displacement.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@shane_B ..it was just my guess through ....

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