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BY : Olin Lathrop email (remove spam text)

> If you do a standing start and assume constant acceleration upto the end

> point, the average speed will be half the final speed.

>

> ...

>

> I would imagine you would need to take speed readings at set points

> along the track to find a true average.

Total distance divided by total time will always yield the average speed.

This is more reliable and easier than trying to average several

instantaneous speed readings.

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