chp2 ques3 soln

Physics: Principles with Applications

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Chapter 2, Question 3 Question Problem No, the average velocity of an object during any time interval does not differ from its instantaneous velocity at any instant, as long as the object moves with constant velocity. We know that the instantaneous velocity at any moment is defined as the average velocity when
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Unformatted text preview: the time interval is too small. So, when the velocity remains constant, the average velocity and the instantaneous velocity remain equal. http://www.hwproblems.com/cgi-bin/book.cgi?bookid=0044&cptn=2qu3&id=62762 [1/31/2008 12:43:36 PM]...
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