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This average velocity calculator is used to find the average velocity to know how fast an object moves on average, considering its starting and ending velocity. Along with that, it can allow us to calculate the initial velocity and final velocity.

The formula is derived from the given equation:

V_{avg} = 1 2 (V_{i} + V_{f})

Where:

**V**_{a}= Average Velocity**V**_{i}= Initial Velocity**V**_{f}= Final Velocity

Most commonly V_{i} and V_{f} are given when it comes to determining the V_{avg}. If one of them or both are unknown, then use the given formulas to make the calculation.

**➥ Initial Velocity Formula:**

V_{i} = 2 V_{avg} − V_{f}

**➥ Final Velocity Formula:**

V_{f} = 2 V_{avg} − V_{i}

An average velocity can easily calculated using the formula: look at the solved example for a better understanding:

A car traveling at 70 km/h comes to a complete stop in 10 seconds due to applying brakes. So find what is the average velocity of a car.

**Given Values:**

- Initial Velocity = 70 km/h
- Final Velocity = 0 km/h
- Time = 10 seconds

**Put the Values into Average Velocity Equation:**

V_{avg} = 1 2 (70 + 0)

V_{avg} = 70 2

V_{avg} = 35 km/h

We change the result in the SI unit of average velocity. So,

V_{avg} = 9.72 m/s

Average velocity is a measure of the average rate at which an object changes its position.

Yes, the average velocity of the moving body can be zero because if the body returns to its starting point after some time, its displacement will become zero.

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