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What is the average velocity between 0.6 h and 1 h?

A. + 0.4 km/h

B. + 1.25 km/h

C. + 1.66 km/h

D. + 2.5 km/h

This questions is hard for me to understand because you can only find average velocity by dividing the displacement by the time, and here they don't give you displacement.
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What is the object's displacement between 0.4 h and 0.6 h?

A. -0.75 km

B. +0.25 km

C. +0.75 km

D. +1.0 km

This questions is the same as well, can you show me what to do. You can show me an example like this questions if you really want.

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