Average and instantaneous acceleration, Physics

Average acceleration is described as the change in velocity 1615_velocity.png  over a given time interval Δt.

Hence,      1715_average acceleration.png       

The instantaneous acceleration of given particle is the rate at which its velocity is modify at that instant i.e.,

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