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Zero. That's the instant at which its velocity changes direction. In order

to do that, its magnitude has to be zero at that point in time.

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0When the velocity is zero at the crossing of the time axis, the displacement must be a full maximum or minimum. Scroll down to related links and look at "Displacement - Velocity- Acceleration".

The amplitude.The amplitude.The amplitude.The amplitude.

The maximum displacement upwards is given by the equation y=-vxv/2g. At the peak, the value of velocity is said to be v=0.

Direction + displacement = velocity

velocity = displacement / time taken

no, velocity=displacement/time

Velocity is change in displacement over time.

No. Distance is, but displacement has no direct relation to velocity.

Average velocity is zero if the displacement is zero. Average velocity = Displacement/Time = 0/Time = 0.

If the displacement is not changing, the velocity is zero.

If the velocity is constant, thenDisplacement = (initial velocity) multiplied by (time)

Velocity is defined asv = dx/dtwhere:v is velocity;dx is displacement;and dt is elapsed time.Assuming velocity is constant, then displacement is calculated as:dx = v/dt.

Maximum displacement of a wave is called Amplitude.

how to calculate displacement on a velocity time graph

Displacement/time * * * * * Velocity is a vector so the direction of displacement needs to be specified.

Velocity is the time rate of change of displacement or the rate of change of displacement.

Displacement = velocity X time

Not so. Displacement is the change in position or location. Change in velocity is referred to as "acceleration".

Yes it does. Velocity = Displacement / Time. On a graph of displacement vs time, the slope is the velocity. Steeper slope = higher velocity, flatter slope = lower velocity.

a=dv/dt average velocity = displacement divided by time take. so average velocity = displacement/time taken.

To find average velocity, you need to know the displacement. If you knew displacement, average velocity would be found by: V = Displacement / time

As, in the velocity-time graph, curves passes through zero means 'when time is zero velocity is zero'. Velocity is time derivative of displacement. So displacement is maximum or minimum when time is zero in position-time graph.

velocity is the rate of displacement. That is velocity = displacement/time. In kinematics there are number of expressions for velocity, some of them are 1) v = u + at 2) v^2 =u^ 2 + 2as , where u - initial velocity, v - final velocity, s - displacement and a - acceleration.

It is type of velocity of electron.

velocity is displacement / time. Displacement is shortest distance between initial and final point

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