The numerical ratio of displacement to distance is
Asked by anbumozhichitra2020 | 25th Sep, 2020, 07:44: PM
The numerical ratio of displacement to distance is either equal to or less than 1.
Because the displacement is either equal to or less than distance and never more than the distance travelled.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 25th Sep, 2020, 08:36: PM
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