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Homework Help: Class 11th Physics

Posted by Akashdeep on Saturday, August 8, 2009 at 12:47am.

My question is that, I read about Instantaneous Speed

"Instantaneous speed of an object at an instant of time (t) is defined as the 'limit of the average speed as the time interval delta(t) at the given instant of time becomes infinitesimally small.'"

What does this paragraph mean? Please explain me in simple language and briefly? And if possible with an example.

Thank You

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