What is the formula for instantaneous velocity?

1 Answer
Nov 8, 2015

Answer:

Instantaneous velocity is the derivative or slope of the distance function.

Explanation:

Let the distance function be #s(x)#

Then, the instantaneous velocity at x:

instantaneous velocity #=v(x)=# #""_(hrarr0)^lim[s(x+h)-s(x)]/h#

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