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This physics video tutorial explains the concepts behind position, distance and displacement. It shows you how to calculate the average speed and average velocity using total distance and displacement over a time interval. This video contains plenty of examples and word problems for you to practice on.

Here is a list of topics:

1. Total Distance traveled vs Displacement

2. Displacement Definition - Change in Position - Final Position minus Initial Position

3. Scalar vs Vector Quantities - Magnitude and Direction

4. Displacement Calculations Using a Number Line

5. Pythagorean Theorem - East, North, West & South

6. Special Right Triangles

7. Average Speed and Velocity Formula / Equation

8. Solving Average Speed Word Problems

9. Calculating Average Velocity Using Displacement and Total Time

10. Position Formula With Velocity - Slope Intercept Form

11. Sketching a Position vs Time Graph

12. Average Speed and Velocity practice problems

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