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what the hell does comment mean when examiners say "comment" on your answer?

What is the difference between instantaneous velocity of a carriage at a point, and the average velocity of a carriage between two ponts?

taken from Physics A FORCES AND MOTION 14 JAN 2002 (2821)
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Usually when it says "comment on your answer" there is something quite obvious about the previous question that you should state such as the way in which you found your answer etc

For your other question, the carriage may slow down and speed up, therefore finding the average speed is different to its instantaneous velocity.

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