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is it possible in a straight line motion a particle of zero speed and non zero velocity? i need a 1-2 page explaination



It is impossible to have a case in which the particle in any type of motion has zero speed but non zero velocity because if the speed of the particle is zero then at any instant the speed so the particle is zero and therefore it not covering any distance at all. There fore the rate of change of displacement w.r.t. time is zero which implies that the velocity is zero.

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