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Q: What is the distance traveled by an object divided by the time in which the distance was traveled without identifying the direction traveled?

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velocity means the distance traveled in certain time and in a certain direction. Therefore: velocity is the result of dividing the traveled distance by time taken, and adding a direction to it.

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It was the (total distance she traveled) divided by (her total time for the trip), in the direction from her point of departure to her point of arrival.

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