A car is moving across the road at a rate of 80 m s If the car is covered with 12 km N what will be its travelling time?
80 m per sec
12 km is 12000 meters
Time to cover is 12000/80 = 1200/8 = 300/2 = 150 sec = 2 and 1/2 minutes
A moving van leaves a house at noon travelling at a rate of 55mph The family leaves in their car an hour later travelling at 60mph After how much time does the family catch up to the moving van?
At any given time in hours after the family departs, the distance they have travelled will be 60t, while at the same time, the moving van will have covered a distance of 55(t + 1). The family will catch up when these two times are equal, or when 60t = 55(t + 1), or 60t - 55t = 55, or 5t = 55, or t = 55/5 hours = 11 hours.
A direct relationship; temperature is a measure of the speed of molecules, so a higher temperature means faster moving molecules and a higher rate of diffusion (molecules moving across a solution and/or through a permeable barrier) and lower temperatures mean slower speeds and a slower speed of diffusion.
Speed is how fast something is going when the direction in which it is travelling is unimportant. Velocity is a measurement of the rate at which an object is changing its position. As such, in order to measure it, one must define both the speed at which an object is moving, and also the direction of movement.
The Pacific plate is moving at a rate of speed of 8.10 cm per year. The Philippine plate is moving at a rate of speed of 6.35 cm per year.
A discount or special rate which is negotiated with government organization for their foreign visitors and travelling official staffs. The federal or state government body developed predetermined rates for their travelling officials to pay back their travelling cost. This reimburses process or the pay back procedures is referred as per diem
It depends on how fast your train is moving. The faster it moves obviously the faster you'll get there. rate x time = distance (200mi) You only know the distance for the formula however; you need to know either a target travelling time (which will probably be best in hours) or rate of speed (in MPH) to complete your equation.
Speed - is something moving at a constant rate. Acceleration is an increase of the rate an object is moving.
It depends on the rate of speed the car is travelling.
forward/discount rate premium
It certainly does for two reasons. 1. Friction. moving the livesaver across you tongue can be thought of as moving you knee across some pavement. What happens? you lose skin. when you just sit your knee on the pavement your skin holds up pretty good. 2. Acid density, as the lifesaver dissolves the concentration of your mouths acids get diluted and decrease around the live saver. by moving the livesaver you are subjecting it an… Read More
It means the same rate. Its going/moving at a constant rate.
No, it increases the rate.
instant heart rate
What is the distance a car can traveled if it is travelling at a constant rate of 35 mph and it travels for 4 hours?
rate times time = distance so 140
It depends on the rate at which you are travelling. Time = Distance/Speed
A corporate rate would be a reduced fee for employees of a company who frequently use the hotel while travelling on business for the company.
From January 1st to June 30th of 2011 the reimbursement rate was 0.510 per mile (moving rate = 0.235). From July 1st to December 31st the rate was 0.555 (moving rate = 0.190).
If a plane is traveling at the speed of light and you walk to the bathroom on that plane are you faster than the speed of light?
The answer is NO. The speed of light is constant in our space-time from all reference frames. This means that going faster than the speed of light is not possible. Within a moving reference "plane", you would still see light travel across the interior, travelling at the standard rate of 300,000 km/sec. For an observer outside the plane, the speed would still appear as that constant due to time dilation. (see related link)
To answer this question, you would have to know the rate of speed the car is travelling.
It will most likely slow your heart rate down, because you are not moving. (Wii is the only exception because you can be moving.)
If you are staying in the same position and not moving, then your rate of motion is zero.
The rate of change of velocity is termed acceleration.
Distance = Rate * Time Manipulated algebraically, Rate = Distance/Time Rate = 22.03 meters/3.8 seconds = 5.8 meters per second =================
On average, at about the rate that fingernails grow, approximately 3-4 cm per year. This is variable, however, often even across an individual plate, from between 1-2 cm per year for the slowest moving plates to around 10 cm per year for the fastest.
The number you read on the speedometer of your car is the present rate of change of the distance you've covered.
3 hours 32 minutes.
So money can be exchanged at a fair and equal rate by people travelling between countries.
There are many components to a rate for a moving company. There is an hourly rate for packing and physical moving of boxes and furniture onto or off of a truck. There is also a cost per pound to physically move your items to a new location. It seems that $50/hour is the lowest published rate for professional movers in the New York, New York area.
If depends on the amount and rate of movement. If it is slow, it may not change at all.
Our normal heart rate is 72 beat per second.
You,ve got some serious problems. According to the math, your length is negative and imaginary, your mass is negative and imaginary, and although your own wrist watch is acting completely normal, everyone else's clock is moving at a negative imaginary rate ... whatever that means.
Everything always moves, all the time. If you're sitting in a train, stopped in the station, everything around you looks like it is standing still. But the Earth is spinning at a rate of 360 degrees per day, and the Earth is MOVING toward the Sunrise at a speed of 67,000 miles per hour. If your train actually starts to MOVE on the Earth, then the tiny additional motions of the train are added to… Read More
Mountains in the Tropics are covered in snow because of lapse rate. The lapse rate is for every 1,000 feet in altitude you travel up a mountain, the temperature drops 31/2 degrees F.
Why does an increase in temperature increase the rate of diffusion of substances into or out of cells?
An increase in temperature results in an increase in the speed at which particles are moving. In return, the high speed of moving particles lead to an increased rate of diffusion.
If an object traveling in one direction has a positive velocity what kind of velocity would the same object traveling in the opposite direction have?
Regardless of the direction being travelled, any object on the move has a positive velocity, even if it is moving backwards, because velocity is the measure of the rate of movement in a given direction. Compare: A car is traveling forwards on a highway at 100 km/h. How fast is it travelling? If it turns round (or even it doesn't turn round, but just reverses) and travels at 100 km/h, how fast is it travelling… Read More
Distance = rate x time. Rate as in speed.
They get there sooner.
Because skipping gets your heart rate up and that results in blood travelling faster throughout your body.
Well, technically yes. Everything in the universe is moving at some rate. Not to mention that the earth is moving, thus everything on Earth is moving with it. !
If the source of a sound is moving towards you, then the pitch of the sound you hear is higher than the pitch of sound that the source is actually emitting. The rate of speed doesn't matter. BTW ... this also happens if you are moving toward the source.
The Taylor family drove for 1 hour at a rate of 60 miles per hour and drove for 2 hours at a rate of 45 miles per hour then what was their average rate?
During the first hour, they covered (60 x 1) = 60 miles. During the next 2 hours, they covered (45 x 2) = 90 miles. The total distance covered was (60 + 90) = 150 miles. The average rate was (distance/time) = (150/3) = 50 miles per hour.
my hear rate go up when i am up moving around
Because each move is different, there are no flat rates for moving from the US to Canada. Here are some of the factors that contribute to your moving rate: -Location/city you're moving from -Location/city in Canada you're moving to -Size of the home you're moving (what size moving trailer/container you need to move) -Date you're moving -Any additional services needed (storage, expedited transit, customs handling, etc.) The only way to receive an accurate estimate for… Read More
Yes the heart rate and breathing rate go up at the end of the day because you have been moving around.
Rate can be the slope of a line when some variables are graphed. Ex: When graphing distance vs time for a moving object the slope of the line is the rate.
rate of change of displacement is known as velocity it shows that how fast or slow a body is moving and in which direction it is moving.
The distance covered while traveling at a rate of 50 miles per hour The distance covered while traveling at a rate of 50 miles per hour.
velocity is your answer.
It means moving or operating at the same rate and time.