The instantaneous velocity is the velocity of an object at a certain time. If given its position before, during, and after the required time, the instantaneous velocity can be estimated. While estimates of the instantaneous velocity can be found using positions and times, an exact calculation requires using the derivative function. The instantaneous velocity is not the same thing as the average velocity.
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