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Time-Average Velocity is the averaged velocity over one period in time. It is computed by dividing by the time period the integral of the velocity from zero to the period. The computation can be represented by the following equation.## See Also

$=\; frac\{1\}\{T\}\; int\_\{0\}^\{T\}\; v(t),\; mathrm\{d\}t$

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