The average velocity of a particle moving

The average velocity of a particle moving in one dimension has a positive value. Is it possible for the instantaneous velocity to have been negative at any time in the interval? Suppose the particle started at the origin x ! 0. If its average velocity is positive, could the particle ever have been in the #x region of the axis?

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