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    Lightbulb velocity over a time interval

    The average velocity over the time interval [a, b] and the instantaneous velocity over the same time interval could be the same throughout the entire interval.

    true or false?

    I think its true but i am a little confused. because if the velocity never changes....
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    you are right
    it could be the same if the velocity is constant
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