They are related through the formula distance = time x velocity (assuming constant velocity).
The product of velocity and time yields distance travelled if the velocity is constant for the time in question. If velocity is not constant, one must first calculate the average velocity over a given time period before multiplying it by the time involved.
( Velocity / distance / time ) Velocity (speed) = distance / time So > distance = velocity * time
Velocity does depend on distance. Velocity = Distance/Time
distance divided by velocity will give time
Velocity is distance over time, and acceleration is change in velocity over time. You can get the time by dividing deceleration by velocity (of course, taking the absolute value). From there, velocity equals distance over time. Distance is velocity * time.
distance/velocity = time
They are not alike but they are related. A positive acceleration means an increase in velocity (speed). A negative acceleration means a decrease in velocity. Velocity (speed) has the dimensions of distance / time. Acceleration has the dimensions of distance/time2 or velocity/time.
Displacement is the area under the velocity-time graph. Refer to the related links for more information.
Simple, velocity = distance by time ,which probably means distance = velocity X times.
Distance divided by velocity = time
You mean how are they related? Sting from rest condition, let V = velocity, T = time, S = distance, A = acceleration V = AT S = 1/2 AT^2 If there is no acceleration, at constant velocity S = VT
Velocity is distance divided by time. So the value of the velocity-time plot at any point in time will be the slope of the distance-time plot at that point in time.
velocity = distance/time
Velocity is distance / time
velocity = distance/time
Acceleration= Distance/time (distance divided by time) That's the dumbest answer I've ever heard.. Acceleration = Final Velocity - Initial Velocity/Time Velocity = Displacement/Time So you can't calculate acceleration from distance and time, you can only do velocity.
Velocity is the speed (distance/time) and direction of an object when speed is just distance/time.
velocity = distance travelled/time taken to travel that distance
Velocity=Distance/Time (v=d/t ; where d=distance and t = time)
Velocity x time = distance
If the velocity is constant, then distance and time are directly proportionate. d=vt, where distance is d, velocity is v, and time is t.
Velocity is in distance/time, so multiplied by 1/distance would give you 1/time. Hope this helps!
The velocity is distance per unit time and the SI unit is m/s.