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    average velocity

    If i am given a non linear set of data, the average velocity would be = (displacement final - displacement initial) / (time final - time initial)

    am i right?

    thank you in advance
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    Re: average velocity

    Hey sakonpure6.

    That should work out (are you integrating your velocity to get the displacements?).
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    Re: average velocity

    Quote Originally Posted by chiro View Post
    Hey sakonpure6.

    That should work out (are you integrating your velocity to get the displacements?).
    nope i am not dealing with displacement. Thank you !
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