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Answer depends on age and gender, and fitness level for example, a high school girl, that is somewhat fit will have a mile time of 7 or 8 minutes, it just de…pends where as a high school male student could have a mile time of as little as 5 minutes it really just depends hope that helped! -GossipGirl17
you take the wavelength and divide it by the wave period , which is the time between the passage of two lowest points of a wave wavelength(m) _________________… = wavespeed(m/s) wave period(s)
Average distance ______________ = Average Speed Average time
Answer Determine the distance traveled and divide by the time it took to cover that distance. If one travels 100 miles in two hours, one averaged 100/2 miles per hour or 50… miles/hour. Example: A car travels between 2 towns 60 miles apart in 2 hours. What is its average speed? Answer: average speed = distance/time Therefore, the average speed of the car is 60 miles/2 hours = 30 miles/hour. last update November 22, 2005 by JL Stanbroughhttp://www.batesville.k12.in.us/physics/phyNet/mechanics/Kinematics/AveSpeed.html
To get the average speed in a given distance you would take distance divide by time which would equal average speed. An example of this would be: The 1970 NASCAR race at the… Poconos speed way. A 1970 Plymouth Superbird was raced 200 lap's. Between each stop for fuel they recorded the average speed for that section of the race. At one point in the race Richard Petty, the driver of the Superbird, ran 10 miles in 00:02.51 (two minutes fifty one seconds) or an average speed of 210.53 miles per hour!
To find average speed, you take the total distance and divide it by total time.
v = d / t where v = velocity d = distance travelled t = time taken An easy way to remember is that speed is measured in km / h. km is a measure of di…stance and hours is a measure of time. So it is distance divided by time.
Divide the total distance moved, by the total time spent.
For the speed of a single pedestrian, measure the time it takes him/her to walk a set distance (for example 10 meters) and divide the distance by the time. For the averag…e speed of a pedestrian find a large number of people and measure the speed of each person and find the average by summing all the speeds and dividing by the number of people who took the test.
If it takes 4 minutes to run 1 mile then in 15 times as long (1 hour) you would run 15 miles. So the average speed must be 15 miles per hour.
Matt's average speed is 50 mph
To find your average reading speed, you'll need a book withfamiliar words and subject. Don't time your reading speed on newwords, concepts or subjects you won't get a fair res…ult. Set atimer for 1 minute 1 second. Get your book ready and start yourtimer. When it goes off, note what word you were on and count backto where you started reading. It's that simple.
Average speed is distance divided by time like regular speed.
Divide the distance by the time. 1,580 miles divided by 4 hours = an average speed of 395 miles per hour.
Assuming it's a graph of speed vs time, then between 2 times, the average is the distance (= area under the graph between those times) divided by the time difference.
It is a bit hard to answer your question, as it lacked of a few things: Total Distance or total time, the distance which the speed(answer) is in or the amount of time the pers…on travels with the speed(answer).
Distance travelled divided by time taken.