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Video Demo: Constant Speed Car

Speed is the rate at which an object covers a distance.  How do you know if that rate changes or not?  The video shows how to determine if the speed of an object is constant.

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Nice video. Vehicle riders should drive their car in a constant speed because frequent change in speed affects the engine. Accidents can be minimized through maintaining constant speed in the journey. This video helps in determining the the speed of the vehicle. So a lot of people will be benefited by this video for determining the constant speed of the vehicle.

November 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDexter

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