Q. 34.2( 21 Votes )

# The numerical ratio of displacement to distance for a moving object is

A. always less than 1

B. always equal to 1

C. always more than 1

D. equal or less than 1

Answer :

The displacement is always less than or equal to distance.

Its depend on direction of motion.

If motion in same direction than it will be 1 otherwise less than 1.

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