Sir, please explain me what is instantaneous velocity and how to calculate it.
Asked by ashish sharma | 26th May, 2012, 04:13: PM
Velocity shows how fast an object is moving to which direction. Average velocity can be calculated by dividing displacement over time.
For example, when a car moved 50 km in 2 hours, the average velocity is 25.5 km/h because .
The instantaneous velocity shows the velocity of an object at one point. For example, when you are driving a car and its speedometer swings to 90 km/h, then the instantaneous velocity of the car is 90 km/h.
Answered by | 28th May, 2012, 06:46: AM
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