Let's suppose that there is a body which is moving with non-uniform velocity in the straight line. In the first hour it travels with a velocity of 50 km per hour and in the second hour it stops for 30 minutes and then in next 30 minutes it travels with a speed of 100 km per hour.
So can we call the motion of the body as uniform motion becuase in the first hour it covers 50 km and in the second hour also it covers 50 km and by the definition of uniform motion we know that a body is said to be in uniform motion if it covers equal distances in equal intervals of time and here the body is covering equal distances in the equal intervals of one hour. Or in simple words, "Is uniform motion possible for a body having non-uniform velocity ?"
I am totally confused here any help would be highly appreciated.