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Mon June 06, 2011 By:
 

when we see a Moving vehicle, How to relate speed, Velocity and Acceleration with its movement???

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Thu June 09, 2011
An object is in motion when it is continuously changing its position relative to a reference point and as observed by a person or detection device. For example, you can see that an automobile is moving with respect to the ground. The distance the object goes in a period of time is its speed. If the speed of an object is in a specific direction, it is called velocity. The change in velocity over a period of time is the acceleration of the object.
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