Answer :

Instantaneous velocity is defined as first derivative of distance with respect to time, vin = m/s


The time interval dt is very small such that direction particle doesn’t change. Since, velocity and speed differ in direction only.


Thus,


Instantaneous velocity = Instantaneous speed ……always


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