What is Velocity in Physics

Velocity in Physics


The distance covered by a body in a unit time in a particular direction is called velocity.



The rate of change of displacement is called speed.



Speed in a definite direction is called velocity.





Velocity= Displacement /Time


V = s/t




The S.I unit of Velocity in M.K.S system is Meter/second.



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