Velocity describes both the speed and direction an object is moving.
That is called "velocity".
when you know both speed and direction of an objects motion you know the velocity of an object.
Because it doesn't have direction - Velocity is usually used to describe motion in physics because it has both speed and direction.
An objects motion or speed is distance divided by time.
The rate at which the speed or direction of its motion is changing.
the object's velocity vector
velocity can be lineal or rotational
Speed and direction of motion.
Speed and direction of an objects motion.
speed and direction
This is not true. Acceleration includes direction, but speed does not. Speed in a particular direction is called velocity.
the object's velocity
It doesn't. It will change an objects direction and/or speed but its inertia that keeps it moving.
Two of the terms are speed and direction.
Velocity is an objects speed in a given direction e.g. a runner having run round a circular track of 400m in circumference has 0 velocity.
An object in motion tends to stay in motion at a constant speed and direction, unless some force acts upon it to change its speed and/or direction.