ASVAB Physical Science 4.4

ASVAB Physical Science 4.4. The difference between the speed and velocity is which of the following?

ASVABASVAB Physical Science
Mathematics Knowledge
ASVAB SciencePhysical Science
LanguageEnglish Language

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the following and hear the potential answers directionality Wait hold

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on Velocity and speed don't mean the same thing Well

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although these two words are often used interchangeably in everyday

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life they do have different meanings when we're talking Science

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speed means how fast something is moving velocity means how

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fast something is going in a specific direction So when

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we're talking about speed we could say the car's going

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twenty miles an hour but if we're talking about velocity

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we'd say the car's going twenty miles an hour to

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the east then we'd say why is this car going

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so slow Come on give it some gas This means

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speed is a component of velocity It also means bi

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is the correct answer just in case you don't believe

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us we'll break it down for you even further answer

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a has it backwards So we know it's not right

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and we know it can't be see since both speed

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and velocity take time into account After all they're measured

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in per hour so that our party is pretty important

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and we can get rid of me because both speed

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velocity or measured in the same units which is distance

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for time You still don't believe this Well You might

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just have trust issues Just remember a las ity is

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a measure of how quickly something changes position and it

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has to include a direction Think of it like a

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cross country race from the west coast to the east

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coast Or if you're more our speed it can be

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taken a half hour to move from one side of

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the couch to the other Yeah sometimes we're real speed 00:01:39.046 --> [endTime] razors