Velocity describes both the speed and direction an object is moving.
Velocity only describes the speed. Vector describes both speed and direction. That entails trigonometry.
speed and direction
No. Velocity is a vector that describes both the direction in which an object is moving and its speed in that direction.
Velocity describes the speed and direction of an object.velocityvelocity
No. Velocity describes a speed and a direction. Acceleration, on the other hand, is the rate of change of velocity (in symbols: dv/dt); in other words, how fast does the velocity change.
by itself it is speed; if associated with a direction it is velocity
Speed descibes the rate of motion of an object. Velocity describes rate of motion (speed) of an objectin a specific direction. For example - the car's speed was 60mph, the car's velocity was west at 60mph.
Velocity, or Speed
Yes. Velocity depends on both speed and direction.
No. Velocity states both speed and direction.Time gets involved in calculating the speed.