Average Velocity

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Formula:v_avg = (v + u) / 2

Introduction to Average Velocity Formula

Average velocity is the measure of the displacement of an object over the time taken and is typically represented as v_avg. In the given formula, v represents the final velocity and u represents the initial velocity. By taking their average, the formula provides a convenient way to determine how fast an object is moving relative to its starting point, irrespective of the path taken.

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Data validation

The velocities should be numerical values.


This formula can be particularly useful in physics and engineering to understand the trend of motion or the average speed of an object.

Tags: Kinematics, Velocity, Physics