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Q: Which describes the average velocity of a unicycle going around in circles?

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Every time the unicycle returns to its starting point, the average velocity equals zero. The total displacement divided by the time.

A dog running in circles, stopping where it started

A dog running in circles, stopping where it started

Tangential circles.

concentric circles

Yes. Congruent circles by definition have the same size, and the radius sufficiently describes the size of a circle.

a car or any automotive going in circles, it has no direction 8)

convergent plate boundary. :)

concentric circle

They are geometric shapes called polygons

Any object which moves has velocity.Velocity is a vector quantity which includes direction so the object's velocity will change at every point in time if there is a nonzero acceleration.An object going around in circles uniformly will have a zero average velocity when measured as displacement over a time interval if the time interval is a multiple of the period of revolution. Speed is similar to velocity but is a scalar quantity independent of direction; you can think of it as distance covered traveling per unit of time; that is what your speedometer measures.

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Diagram C, or the diagram that has more Li ions (circles with the + sign in them) than the SO4 molecules (circles with the 2- sign in them).

Any object which moves has velocity.Velocity is a vector quantity which includes direction so the object's velocity will change at every point in time if there is a nonzero acceleration.An object going around in circles uniformly will have a zero average velocity when measured as displacement over a time interval if the time interval is a multiple of the period of revolution. Speed is similar to velocity but is a scalar quantity independent of direction; you can think of it as distance covered traveling per unit of time; that is what your speedometer measures.

If you share with your circles, only your circles can see what you've posted. Extended circles includes people who are in your circles' circles. (Hope that makes sense!)

fungo circles

Circles with the same radius are congruent circles.

A pair of compasses are use to construct circles and arcs of circles

No, circles do not have angles.

That circles have no sides

Concentric circles are a series of circles within each other.

Concentric circles are circles with the same common centre.

Concentric circles.

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