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Yes - for example, if an object moves in a circle.

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Q: Average velocity of a particle is zero but not its average speed .. is it possible?
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Is it possible for the average velocity of an object to be zero during some interval even thought its average velocity for the first half of the interval is not zero explain and cite an example?

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