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Three differences are: 

(i) Distance is the length of the actual path taken by a particle while displacement is the length of the shortest path between the initial and final position of the object.
(ii) Distance is a scalar quantity while displacement is a vector quantity.
(iii) Distance can never be negative but displacement can be negative.
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Distance                                                       Displacement

Distance is the measurement            Displacement is the shortest distance
of total area covered                          covered by the object
by an object.  

It is a scalar quantity.                           It is a vector quantity.

Distance = speed/time                         Displacement = velocity*time

It is denoted by d.                                It is denoted by s.


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