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Is it possible that a body has (i) zero speed and non zero velocity and (ii) non zero speed and zero velocity.

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(i) Speed is the distance travelled per unit time. And velocity is the displacement per unit time. 

Also, the distance is the actual path length traveled and the displacement is nothing but the shortest distance between intial and final position. 

So, zero speed means the particle has not moved any length of path or in other words the particle did not m...

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