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# When an object moves with constant velocity, does its

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Problem 3Q

When an object moves with constant velocity, does its average velocity during any time interval differ from its instantaneous velocity at any instant? Explain.

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In a steady motion the velocity of the object is constant all along the motion. The velocity is the same at any instant of the motion. In this kind of motion, average velocity and instantaneous velocity are not different.

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