Only if speed is constant. There can be no acceleration if the average speed is equal to the instantaneous speed.
Yes. In smooth linear motion, the average speed and the instantaneous speed are equal.
Instantaneous speed is the actual speed at the present time, and average speed is the total distance divided by the total time.
Instantaneous speed is speed measured at a specific time. Speed is an average.
Instantaneous speed is the speed at a particular moment in time.The average speed of an object tells you the (average) rate at which it covers distance
It shows instantaneous speed.
Speedometers measure instantaneous speed.
Average speed is computed for the entire duration of the trip, and instantaneous speed is measured at a particular instant.
Instantaneous speed is what you see on your speedometer. Average speed is: how far you drove - divided by - how long it took.
Everything has a value assigned to it called instantaneous speed, it is just impossible to measure instantaneous speed, which is why average speed is used. Instantaneous speed can be calculated or inferred, but not measured using any classical methods.
Average and instantaneous speed are the same when the speed is constant during the time period you're interested in.
The concept of average speed is somewhat simpler than "instantaneous speed".
The average speed is the speed that it takes to travel a certain distance in a certain time. Average speed is determined by dividing the distance traveled by the time taken to get there. Instantaneous speed is a certain speed at any given time.
Both are velocity functions. Instantaneous velocity is the derivative of the average velocity * * * * * They are both speed functions. Velocity is a vector related to speed but quite irrelevant in this context. An object rotating at a constant [angular] speed has a velocity that is continuously changing but that has no relevance.
different on constant and instantaneous speed
For the instantaneous value of average velocity, average speed and average velocity are equal.
Suppose you accelerate in your car from stopped to 50 km.hr-1. When you were stopped your instantaneous speed was zero. At the end of the period of acceleration your instantaneous speed was 50 km.hr-1. If your rate of acceleration was constant then your average speed was 25 km.hr-1.
No. Instantaneous speed is shown on the speedometer.
the instantaneous velocity or speed is the speed a body travels at a particular and average velocity is the total distance an object
It reads instantaneous speed, and tells you nothing about average speed.
In a car, the speedometer measured Instantaneous speed. This comes from the assumption that the car does not slow down and speed up fast enough for the speedometer to be able to give an average of the changing speed.