Agile Velocity and High School Physics

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Two Agile teams start working on Application A, at the same time developing exactly same functionality. Team 1 delivers with a constant velocity… While searching on the internet about AgileEVP (Agile Earned Value Management) I came across a formula from my high school physics: v=d/t, the Average Velocity formula. I really enjoyed high school math, physics, and its exams: Two trains leave Station A at the same time traveling in the same direction, Train 1 travels with a constant velocity… Here is the formula that got me started: High School Physics Average Velocity The average velocity v of an object moving through a displacement (d) during a time interval (t) is described by the formula: v=d/t where, v = Average Velocity d = displacement t = time <!--[if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--> <!--[endif]--> Read the rest on Paulo's blog at http://agiletips.blogspot.com/2009/02/average-velocity-from-high-school.html .