An object starts intial velocity "u". If the velocity is changing at uniform rate what will be the average speed?

Asked by Satakshi Srivastava | 12th May, 2013, 08:53: PM

Expert Answer:

Since the velocity is changing at uniform rate, this means that the velocity is changing its magnitude or its direction. If it is changing its magnitude, the average speed will be given by total distance covered divided by the total time taken. Whereas if it is changing its direction only and its magnitude is constant, then average speed will be same as u.

Answered by  | 12th May, 2013, 08:57: PM

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