# Under what condition the average velocity of a particle is half the sum of its initial and final velocity?

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When the acceleration is a constant or when acceleration is zero, then the average velocity is the half of sum of its initial and final velocity.

acceleration can be positive or negative or 0, but fixed. in direction and magnitude.

acceleration can be positive or negative or 0, but fixed. in direction and magnitude.