Velocity is a measure of change of position of the body with time. Change of position means the distance traveled by the object in a given interval of time but in a particular direction.
We know that speed is given as the distance traveled over a given time interval without taking into account the direction of motion. So, the magnitude of velocity is same as its speed. Velocity, being a vector quantity, has both magnitude and direction.
Therefore, the <u>velocity</u> of an object consists of its speed and direction.
The precipitate is the barium sulfate, or 3) BaSO4. This is because it is a solid (as seen by the (s)), unlike the other aqueous product. The fact that it is a solid means that it is insoluble in water and therefore a precipitate.