reciprocal of time taken
when a car travels equal distance in equal intervals of time its velocity is uniform and equal
Yes. (if the initial velocity is zero) if not then velocity = initial velocity + acceleration x time
No, It is the average velocity.
That's the velocity at any time.
At a small time interval, the average velocity is approximately equal to the instantaneous velocity. However, the values of the average velocity and the instantaneous velocity approach each other , as the length of the time interval is decreased more and more.
Any number multiplied by its reciprocal is equal to ' 1 '.
It is equal to 1, but not always: the reciprocal must be defined for the equality and the reciprocal is not always defined.
It's equal to the change in velocity (final velocity - initial velocity).
The reciprocal of any number x is equal to 1/x. In this instance, the reciprocal of -8 is equal to 1/-8.
[ T-1 ] . Reciprocal time, from "degrees per second" .The angle part of it is dimensionless.
The change in velocity is the same in equal time intervals, ie it is constant.
-- The magnitude of acceleration is equal to the time rate of change of speed. -- The magnitude of acceleration is equal to the time rate of change of the magnitude of velocity. -- Acceleration and velocity are both vectors.
Reduce to breakpoint at that time your reciprocal will be equal to your product of fraction.
The reciprocal of any integer n is equal to 1/n. In this instance, the reciprocal of 2 is equal to 1/2 or one half.
When there is no acceleration or when there is constant acceleration. When either of these cases is present, the graph of velocity versus time will be linear. When there is linear velocity, the average velocity will equal the instantaneous velocity at any point on the graph.
The reciprocal of any positive integer x is equal to 1/x. Therefore, the reciprocal of 8 is equal to 1/8 or one eighth.
The reciprocal of any integer x is equal to 1/x. In this instance, expressed as a proper fraction, the reciprocal of 56 is equal to 1/56.
Don't forget to divide by the time!
No. acceleration = (final_velocity - initial_velocity) ÷ time
The dimension of angular velocity is reciprocal time . . . 1/time or T-1 . It'll be stated as "some angle" per "unit of time", like "45 revolutions per minute", and angles are dimensionless.
Angular velocity is equal to the change in theta / change in time theta equals the arc length/ radius
A body has uniform velocity if it covers equal displacement in equal intervals of time however short the interval may be.
It is called uniform motion because the object covers equal distances in equal intervals of time which is why it has a constant velocity.
when the body in motion covers equal displacement in equal intervals of time.
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