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we know that a particle cannot travel distance at particular instance but how instantaneous speed exist?

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140 views asked Aug 21, 2014 in Mechanics by banavarun1997 (140 points)

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Instantaneous speed means speed at a particular instance not the distance travelled in that instant of time.If a

body is accelerating its velocity is continuosly increasing?yes/no??

So,it will possess a instantaneous velocity(same applies if a body is moving with a constant velocity)...

Ex:Watch the speedometer of a 2 or 4 wheeler.

 @Gopikrishna Mogasati

answered Sep 1, 2014 by mogasatigopikrishna (200 points)

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