anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following is the best definition of velocity?
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MrNood
  • MrNood
which following......?
anonymous
  • anonymous
where r those followings?....
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey buddy, to get an answer you are either going to have to post the answer choices or change your question a little bit. :) @boogey

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Jalilforeal
  • Jalilforeal
Speed
dmndlife24
  • dmndlife24
yeah...swiftness or speed would do
MrNood
  • MrNood
@Jalilforeal @dmndlife24 IF the OP ever gets around to posting the options I think you will find that 'speed' is not amongst them. One of the key concepts in early physics is the DIFFERENCE between spped and velocity @bogey PLEASE do not accept 'speed' as a definition of velocity. (BTW - You might also like to ensure you know the difference between mass and weight while you're at it - that is another major concept that must be understood to get ahead in Physics)

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