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Difference between average velocity and instantaneous velocity


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• For a given journey, the instantaneous velocity is a function of time, but the average velocity is a constant. 

• The vector of the average velocity is always on the direction of the displacement. Therefore, the average velocity is path independent, but the instantaneous velocity vector depends on the path taken. 

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