Instantaneous velocity is defined as the rate of change of position for a time interval which is very small (almost zero). … It has the same value as that of instantaneous velocity but does not have any direction.

The quantity that tells us how fast an object is moving anywhere along its path is theinstantaneous velocity, usually called simplyvelocity. It is the average velocity between two points on the path in the limit that the time (and therefore the displacement) between the two points approaches zero.

Instentenuous velocity is the type of velocity of an object in motion. This can be determined as the average velocity, but we may narrow the period of time so that it approaches zero.

## Mehul

Instantaneous velocityis defined as the rate of change of position for a time interval which is very small (almost zero). … It has the same value as that ofinstantaneous velocitybutdoesnot have any direction.Instantaneous velocity is defined as the rate of change of position for a short intervals of time (almost zero).

## Ritik kumar

Instantaneous velocity is defined as the rate of change of position for a short intervals of time (almost zero).

## Abul

The quantity that tells us how fast an object is moving anywhere along its path is theinstantaneous velocity, usually called simplyvelocity.## Prince kumar

The quantity that tells us how fast an object is moving anywhere along its path is theinstantaneous velocity, usually called simplyvelocity. It is the averagevelocitybetween two points on the path in the limit that the time (and therefore the displacement) between the two points approaches zero.## Shivansh Preet

Velocity of a particle for a very small interval of time

## Suraj kumar

Instantaneous velocity is defined as the rate of change of position for a short intervals of time (almost zero).

## Deepak

Instentenuous velocity is the type of velocity of an object in motion. This can be determined as the average velocity, but we may narrow the period of time so that it approaches zero.

## Ritik kumar

Velocity of a particle for a very small interval of time