Instantaneous Velocity

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Thermodynamics

Instantaneous velocity, abbreviated as \(v_i\), as the change in time approaches 0, is the velocity at a particular moment in time along its path.

 

Formulas that use Instantaneous Velocity

\(\large{ v_i = \frac { d \; l} {d \; t }   }\)   

Where:

\(\large{ v_i }\) = instantaneous velocity

\(\large{ d }\) = displacement

\(\large{ l }\) = length or distance

\(\large{ t }\) = time

 

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