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# Under what conditions is average velocity equal to

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Problem 4DQ

Under what conditions is average velocity equal to instantaneous velocity?

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Solution 4DQ Average velocity is equal to the instantaneous velocity when acceleration is zero.in order for acceleration of an object to equal zero,there can be no change in speed or direction. Example:when a car is traveling down a straight road on flat land using cruise control. Average velocity:the distance traveled by the amount of time it took to travel that distance. Instantaneous velocity:the velocity at that instant. When an object is in a neither accelerating nor deaccelerating,it is moving at a constant velocity-that’s when its average velocity is equal to its instantaneous velocity.

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