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Since people usually refer to as being distance over time, it would be a lot easier to calculate the average velocities as simply x1/t1 , x2/t2, x3/t3 etc. Is this an equivalent method for finding the velocities at the different times? Give reasons for your answer.
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Since people usually refer to as being distance over time, it would be a lot easier to calculate the average velocities as simply x1/t1 , x2/t2, x3/t3 etc. Is this an equivalent method for finding the velocities at the different times? Give reasons for your answer.
 7 months ago
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