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No. The speed is the same, the velocity is not. The term "velocity" includes the indication of the direction. Two velocities are the same if they have the same magnitude (e.g., both are 40 km/hour), AND the same direction.

No. The speed is the same, the velocity is not. The term "velocity" includes the indication of the direction. Two velocities are the same if they have the same magnitude (e.g., both are 40 km/hour), AND the same direction.

No. The speed is the same, the velocity is not. The term "velocity" includes the indication of the direction. Two velocities are the same if they have the same magnitude (e.g., both are 40 km/hour), AND the same direction.

No. The speed is the same, the velocity is not. The term "velocity" includes the indication of the direction. Two velocities are the same if they have the same magnitude (e.g., both are 40 km/hour), AND the same direction.

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No. The speed is the same, the velocity is not. The term "velocity" includes the indication of the direction. Two velocities are the same if they have the same magnitude (e.g., both are 40 km/hour), AND the same direction.

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A car traveling north at 30 miles per hour is. Its velocity is 30 miles per hour north.


Velocity tells the speed AND what direction it's in. -- "30 miles per hour" is a speed. -- "30 miles per hour north" is a velocity. -- "30 miles per hour east" and "30 miles per hour south" are the same speed but different velocities.


Velocity is speed with a direction. For Example 30 Miles/hour East would be velocity.



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Velocity is speed and its direction. "30 miles per hour" is a speed. "30 miles per hour north" is a velocity". "30 miles per hour north" and "30 miles per hour south" are identical speeds but different velocities.


'Velocity' should be compared with 'speed', and it should be understood that they're different. "30 miles per hour" is a speed. "30 miles per hour toward the south" is a velocity.


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Velocity is speed and its direction.-- "30 miles per hour" is a speed-- "30 miles per hour north" is a velocity-- "30 miles per hour north" and "30 miles per hour east" are the same speed,but different velocities.



Velocity is a speed and its direction. -- "30 miles per hour" is a speed -- "30 miles per hour north" is a velocity -- "30 mph north" and "30 mph east" are equal speeds but different velocities.


In common language, the terms are used interchangeably. But in physics, speed is a scalar; velocity is a vector. That is, a speed is just a number (and a unit) - for example, 50 kilometers/hour. But when it is important to distinguish a direction, you talk about a velocity. For example, "50 kilometer/hour to the north". Velocity is a speed AND a direction. "50 km/hour north" and "50 km/hour east" are the same speed but different velocity.


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150 km per hour due East (or even -150 km per hour due West).


Easy answer: velocity is defined as speed in a specific direction. So, if a car is traveling at a velocity of due west, 60 miles per hour, then turns onto a road going north, the velocity has changed to due north, 60 miles per hour. But the speed has stayed the same.


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