At what point in the orbit is the planet’s true linear velocity equal to its average velocity?

At the end of the semi-minor axis, because its distance from the focus of the ellipse (from the Sun) is equal to the semi-semi-major axis or the average distance, while the linear speed depends on the distance to the Sun.

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