Velocity includes direction.
And it's the 'difference', not the 'distance'.
( Velocity / distance / time ) Velocity (speed) = distance / time So > distance = velocity * time
Velocity is the speed (distance/time) and direction of an object when speed is just distance/time.
Velocity includes a Direction.
Speed is the rate of change of distance with time. Velocity is a measure of both speed and direction of a moving object. Velocity is the rate of change of displacement with time. Speed is a distance an object goes, velocity is measurment of speed AND direction.
Speed is the rate of change in distance, whereas velocity is speed and direction of travel. Acceleration is the change in velocity (including direction).
slope of distance over time is speed or velocity. Velocity also includes direction.
Speed is how much distance is being covered in a certain amount of time, but velocity is speed in a given 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 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.
Velocity is a vector quantity that measures speed (and also includes direction). 55 mph is a speed. 55mph North is a velocity.
Speed is distance divided by the time taken Velocity is distance in a particular direction divided by the time taken. Velocity is a vector quantity while speed is a scalar quantity. That means that velocity include information about the direction of movement, while speed does not.
Speed is the distance an object travels per unit of time and velocity describes the speed and direction of a moving object.
An object's speed changes whenever the rate of change between the distance the object travels and the time it takes to travel that distance changes. Do not confuse speed with velocity; speed is scalar, and velocity is vector. Velocity can change when speed remains constant.
Velocity also includes direction.
Speed is the magnitude of distance travelled per unit time, whereas velocity depends on the magnitude of distance travelled as well as the direction of motion. Speed is a scalar quantity, velocity is a vector. Speed cannot be negative, velocity can be negative. Average speed of an object after travelling a certain distance is always non-zero, but for velocity the average velocity can be zero (this follows from the previous idea).
speed is how fast an element moves .velocity includes the speed of an object and direction of its motion
Speed is (distance covered) divided by (time taken to cover the distance).Velocity is a speed and its direction.Acceleration is any change of velocity.
You can get speed or velocity by dividing distance moved, by the time it takes to move that distance.
There can be no sensible answer. "mph" is a unit for measuring speed or velocity, not distance.
speed is a scalar quantity ie it has no directions...........whereas velocity is a vector quantity ie it has directions...................Also speed has distance n velocity has displacement
Velocity is a vector quantity that describes the speed and direction that an object is moving. It is the same as "speed" except that it includes the direction of the object as well. Speed is the rate of change of distance.
-both have displacement - both quantities has speed - in both speed and velocity their is the distance traveled I do it for a science journal recuperation, i hope you understand.
Speed is a measure of motion and velocity just includes what direction it happens in.Acceleration is a measure of changes in speed.
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