speed and velocity

Jun 19, 2013 by

what is the differences between speed and velocity?

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    Speed is a scalar. It has no directions. Instead, velocity, as a vector, has a direction. Magnitude and direction combine to give velocity. Similarity can be found in the difference between distance travelled and displacement.

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