Instantaneous Velocity and Instantaneous Speed

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Instantaneous speed

Instantaneous speed can be defined as the rate of change of distance with respect to time.

Note:
1. Instantaneous speed is always greater than or equal to zero and is a scalar quantity.
2. For uniform motion, instantaneous speed is constant.

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