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CBSE - IX - Physics - Motion

In speed with direction in ncert book they say : Average velocity = Initial velocity+Final velocity 2 In example they say : Average velocity = DisplacementTotal time taken. Are they both same and how ?

Asked by HASSAN KHAN 8th September 2013, 2:15 PM
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Average velocity = DisplacementTotal time taken
 
If the velocity is changing at a uniform rate, then the average velocity is given by the arithmetic mean of initial and final velocity for a given period of time. That is, Average velocity = Initial velocity+Final velocity 2
Answered by Expert 10th September 2013, 2:39 AM

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