John D. Cutnell is currently Professor Emeritus in the Department of Physics at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
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The change in velocity has a magnitude of 1. km/h. Since the change in velocity points due east, the direction of the average acceleration is also due east. 7. (d) This is always the situation when an object at rest begins to move. 8. (b) If neither the magnitude nor the direction of the velocity changes, then the velocity is constant, and the change in velocity is zero.