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Average Velocity is defined as the displacement over total time. Average Velocity is calculated as the total distance covered divided by the total time elapsed while travelling in a given direction.

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Formula

**Average Velocity from Equation for Constant Acceleration :**

Average Velocity: v_{a} = ½ (v_{0} + v)

Initial Velocity: v_{0} = 2xv_{a} - v

Velocity: v = 2xv_{a} - v_{0}

**Where,**

v_{0} = Initial Velocity

v = Velocity.

The advanced online Average Velocity Calculator is used to calculate and find the average velocity of an object.

**Example:**

Calculate the average velocity for the given details.

Initial Velocity (v_{0}) = 5 m/s

Velocity (v) = 15 m/s

**Solution:**

**Apply Formula:**

Average Velocity: v_{a} = ½ (v_{0} + v)

v_{a}= ½ (5+15)

**Average Velocity (v _{a}) =10 m/s**