Unformatted text preview: instantaneous velocity of the object at time t = t , although the word "instantaneous" here is a bit redundant and is usually used only to emphasize the distinction between the velocity of an object at a particular instant and its "average velocity" over a longer time interval. (Those familiar with elementary calculus will recognize the velocity function as the time derivative of the position function.)...
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course PHYSICS 010 taught by Professor  during the Fall '09 term at Montgomery.
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