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How does average velocity differ from instantaneous velocity? Explain with a velocity time graph.

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The instantaneous velocity of an object at a particular time is equal to the slope of its position vs. time graph at that time. On the other hand, the average velocity between two times is equal to the slope of the line joining the two points on the position vs. time graph.

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