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#### Which of the following options is correct for the object having a straight line motion represented by the following graph?

- The object moves with constantly increasing velocity from to and then it moves with constant velocity.
- Velocity of the object increases uniformly
- Average velocity is zero
- The graph shown is impossible

#### The correct answer is: Average velocity is zero

#### Average velocity is defined as the displacement divided by time.

In the given graph, displacement is zero.

Hence,

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