Q. 84.3( 15 Votes )

Which of th

Answer :

(a) The first statement is false as the displacement can be zero in the case where initial and final positions are common.

(b) The magnitude of displacement can never be greater than the distance travelled by the object it is either equal or smaller. So, the second statement is also false.

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