this question of mine is related to the topic "motion in a straight line"

Asked by Priyanka.M.v | 4th May, 2009, 08:54: PM

Expert Answer:

The instantaneous velocity is what you see on the speedometer of a car.

At any instant if you glance at the speedometer you can find the speed at that instant.

Mathematically it is v =dx/dt which means the velocity measured in a very short interval of time. It is the displacement dx divided by the small time interval dt.

 

Answered by  | 5th May, 2009, 11:22: AM

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