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Speed is a scalar, velocity is a vector. In other words, when a direction is important, you talk about velocity.

Speed is a scalar, velocity is a vector. In other words, when a direction is important, you talk about velocity.

Speed is a scalar, velocity is a vector. In other words, when a direction is important, you talk about velocity.

Speed is a scalar, velocity is a vector. In other words, when a direction is important, you talk about velocity.

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0Velocity is speed with direction

The technical difference is that speed has no direction but velocity has one.

velocity is speed with direction; velocity is a vector and speed is a scalar

The difference between an object's speed and an object's velocity is that the object's speed is how fast it is going, and the object's velocity is how many units of speed the object has traveled.

"Direction". The only difference between velocity and speed is that velocity is a vector while speed is a magnitude. Therefore, velocity has a direction, while speed does not.

The main difference between speed and velocity involves direction. Velocity involves an object moving in a particular direction.

Direction. Velocity has speed and direction

Speed is what it is: speed. Velocity is speed in a given direction, a vector quantity.

The main difference between speed and velocity involves direction.

Speed is scalar quantity and velocity is a vector - velocity has both speed AND direction (You might say that velocity is speed with an attitude!)

Velocity has a direction while speed doesn't. This is why we say that velocity is a vector quantity and speed a scalar quantity.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/The_difference_of_speed_and_velocity" The difference between speed and velocity is that speed is a scalar quantity(that have only magnitude) and velocity is a vector quantity(that have both magnitude and direction).

Speed is just a number; velocity includes information about the direction. In physical terms, speed is a scalar, whereas velocity is a vector.

Speed is just a magnitude (or number); velocity includes information about the direction as well. In physical terms, speed is a scalar, whereas velocity is a vector.

Speed is a scalar and velocity is a vector (has a direction). Speed can be said to be omni-directional like the speed of light.

Velocity includes direction. And it's the 'difference', not the 'distance'.

Velocity also includes direction.

Not really, they are basically the same

Speed is the rate of change in distance, whereas velocity is speed and direction of travel. Acceleration is the change in velocity (including direction).

Speed is a scalar (Only has magnitude, no direction) Velocity is a vector (Has magnitude and direction)

Speed is how fast you are going. Velocity is how fast you are going and what direction you are headed in.

Angular velocity is a vector with a direction and angular speed is a scalar with no direction.

the instantaneous velocity or speed is the speed a body travels at a particular and average velocity is the total distance an object

Speed is exactly like velocity, except velocity has a fixed direction. So speed would be 50mph, whereas velocity would be 50mph NE

velocity is rapid speed and Location is a place or a certain spot

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