# An object has moved through a distances can it have zero displacement? if yes,support your answer with an example.

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2015-08-22T19:31:25+05:30

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If I am standing at a point A from a distance of say 4m from point B.
If I move towards B and come back again at A then my net displacement in zero.
But, if I am still at B then there is displacement in my linear motion!

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2015-08-22T20:05:49+05:30

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YES, for example you went to some place and returned to initial place then displacent = 0
Because the bistance between initial and final is 0