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Correct the following statement: The racing car rounds the turn at a constant velocity of 145 km/hr.

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asked by mimi
  1. Change the word "velocity" to speed". The velocity IS changing because the direction of motion is changing.

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    posted by drwls
  2. it doesnt matter it can be constant velocity.

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