When velocity changes uniformly, the average velocity is calculated as the arithmetic mean of the initial velocity and the final velocity over a specific period of time.

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When velocity changes at a uniform rate, the average velocity is calculated as the arithmetic mean of the initial velocity (v₀) and the final velocity (v) over a specific period of time (t). Mathematically, it is represented as: Average velocity = 0 +v/2