Velocity

[comics] ==Publication history== After Cyberforce, Velocity was one of the winning one-shots in the first year of the Top Cow Pilot Season, in a story written by Joe Casey with art by Kevin Maguire. Winning meant the character would get their own title, and it was announced that Casey would return and ChrisCross would provide the art. Howev
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Velocity

A vector quantity whose magnitude is a body's speed and whose direction is the body's direction of motion.
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velocity

The sales movement of a product measured against the category.
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Velocity

The rate of change of displacement; dx/dt.
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Velocity

Message In synthesizers and keyboard controllers, a MIDI message giving data on how hard the key was struck.
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Velocity

a measure of the speed with which a key on a controller is pressed. Used to determine volume characteristics of note.
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velocity

1. speed. 2. the timed rate of linear motion.
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velocity

1. speed. 2. the timed rate of linear motion.
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Velocity

Velocity is a vector quantity that specifies the time rate of change of displacement with respect to a reference frame. If the reference frame is not inertial, the velocity is often designated 'relative velocity'.Conversions1 mile per hour (mph)=1.609 kilometres per hour (kph)1 ms-1=3.280839 fts-11 in s-1=0.0254 ms
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velocity

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Gravity) Speed in one particular direction (a vector quantity).
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velocity

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Modelling projectiles) Rate of change of an object's position.
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velocity

Speed of an object; the change in position over time.
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velocity

Velocity is speed in a stated direction. The unit of velocity is m/s. Velocity may alternatively be defined as rate of change in displacement. The formula for velocity is velocity = displacement ÷ time. See also speed.
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Velocity

Rate of motion along a defined path.
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velocity

The rate of change of distance with respect to time
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Velocity

The time rate of change of displacement; dx/dt.
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Velocity

Ve·loc'i·ty noun ; plural Velocities . [ Latin velocitas , from velox , -ocis , swift, quick; perhaps akin to v...lare to fly (see Volatile ): confer French vélocité .] 1. Quickness of motion; swiftness; speed; celerity; rapidity;
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velocity

The time rate of motion, the distance traveled divided by the time required to travel that distance. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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velocity

(vә-los´ĭ-te) the rate of movement of a body in a given direction.
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Velocity

• (n.) Quickness of motion; swiftness; speed; celerity; rapidity; as, the velocity of wind; the velocity of a planet or comet in its orbit or course; the velocity of a cannon ball; the velocity of light. • (n.) Rate of motion; the relation of motion to time, measured by the number of units of space passed over by a moving body or point in
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velocity

quantity that designates how fast and in what direction a point is moving. A point always moves in a direction that is tangent to its path; for a ... [12 related articles]
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velocity

velocity 1. The speed at which something moves, happens, or is done. 2. A measure of the rate of change in position of something with respect to time, involving speed and direction. 3. Rapidity or celerity of motion; swiftness, speed.
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Velocity

The number of times a dollar is spent, or turns over, in a specific period of time. Velocity affects the amount of economic activity generated by a given money supply.
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Velocity

The circulation rate of money in the economy. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Velocity

[novel] Velocity is a novel by Dean Koontz first published in 2005. Set in Napa County, California, it is about a man in his thirties who takes the law into his own hands when, out of the blue, he is threatened by an anonymous adversary. The "words of wisdom" with which the novel is interspersed are direct quotations from the writings of T.
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