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Under what conditions is the magnitude of average vilocity of an object equal to its average speed?
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if an object is moving along the same path without changing its direction we can say that its avg. velocity is equal to its avg. speed

 
Average velocity= displacement / time Average speed= distance / time. when displacement = distance then Average velocity = Average speed
 

the magnitude of average velocity of an object equal to its average speed if that object is moving with CONSTANT velocity

 

1. When the body is moving at an uniform speed in staright direction. Ex-a car moving on a straight road

2. When the magnitude of displacement produced is equal to the distance travelled by the object.

 

When the object is moving along a straight path without changing its direction,we can say that the average velocity is equal to the average speed.

 
if an object is moving along the same path without changing its direction we can say that its avg. velocity is equal to its avg. speed