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You might be viewing the problem in wrong light. Given this graph we want to find the velocity V1 (a parameter that defines the shape of hyperbola). V1 has effect on shape of hyperbola as whole. Instantaneous velocity does not make sense here. I would term it as "apparent velocity", as you are using single point data rather than the whole hyperbola to ...


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In short, the current volume of the earth is known to great precision and modern measurements show no significant expansion at meaningful scales. Facing 20th century evidence that points on the globe -- such as the edges of continents -- that are now distant from each other were once adjacent, some scientists argued that the only explanation was the ongoing ...


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