The formula for average velocity is: Final velocity + Initial velocity.... then divide by 2 [ (Vf + Vi) / 2 ]. Your answer should be in your measurement of length divided by seconds [ex. m/s]
The formula for distance from velocity and time is d=v/t . You should divide the average of velocity to the time, so that u find what is the answer of that question.
Divide distance by time.
The averagevelocity v of an object moving through a displacement during a time interval is described by the formula:
The formula is Velocity = Distance/ Time
There are several definitions. not just one. Average velocity in a direction = Average displacement (distance) in that direction/time Instantaneous velocity in a direction = derivative of displacement in that direction with respect to time Average velocity in a direction = Initial velocity in that direction + Average acceleration in that direction * time Instantaneous velocity in a direction = Definite integral of acceleration in that direction with respect to time, with initial velocity at t = 0 Then there are others in which time is eliminated.
The average velocity in a particular direction = distance travelled in that direction / time taken. Velocity is a vector so the direction is important. If I go from A to B and then return to A my average velocity will be zero. My speed, on the other hand, will not be zero.
Distance = time * average speed (velocity) Average speed = Distance/time
The formula for velocity is (v = d/t) or (velocity = distance/time).
In order to find an average velocity, you need an average speed and an average direction. Average speed = (distance traveled) divided by (time to travel that distance) Average direction could be defined as the direction from the starting point to the end point.
Velocity is distance / time
The formula for speed is distance over time and the formula for velocity is Displacement over time.
The formula for a change in velocity is dV/dt, and this is called acceleration.
the formula t calculate velocity is:velocity (v)=distance(d)/time(t)
Speed is velocity without a direction so therefore the same formula applies. average speed= distance travelled/ time
The formula for velocity is ds/dt where s (which is a function of time) is the position vector of the object at time t, and d/dt represents the derivative with regard to time.The formula for average velocity is (final position vector - starting position vector)/time.
velocity is distance/time
velocity = distance / time
If you are travelling at an average velocity, it is simply the average velocity multiplies by the time travelled at that speed. Otherwise you can use the following formula: x = ut + 1/2at^2 where: x = displacement from origin u = initial velocity (m/s) t = time (seconds)62 a = acceleration (m/s^2
Final velocity = (Initial velocity) + (time)(acceleration)
AnswerAcceleration = v2 - v1.........................timeAverage Acceleration requires you to average the the initial velocity of your trials and the ending velocity of your trials. You must also find the average for your time trials. Once you achieve these numbers, just plug them into the above formula and you can solve for average acceleration.
velocity = frequency / wavelength, I believe.
Velocity (speed) = distance/time