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for uniform motion ,whether velocity is independent of origin or not

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1,949 views asked Oct 11, 2014 in Mechanics by phyarya (120 points)

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Yes, velocity is independent of orgin.
answered Nov 6, 2014 by surjeet-kumar (160 points)
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For uniform motion, 

Slope = dx/dt= displacement/time
Velocity (V) =dx/ dt, is constant ,
so its independent of orgin .
answered Dec 6, 2014 by vignesh-wesflux (260 points)