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Weight has same dimension and unit as force. Distance has same dimension and unit as displacement. So weight * distance has same dimension and unit as force * displacement.

Force * displacement is work done by the force. Work divided by time to do the work is Power. So weight * distance divided by time also has same dimension and unit as Power although it is not power.

S.I. unit of weight * distance divided by time is Newton *meter/second or Nms-1 (in abbr.)

It's dimensions are 1, 2, -3 in mass, length and time respectively.

Note that given quantity's unit can't be joule/second or watt because weight * distance is not work done, only unit and dimension are same1 .

1. Two physical quantities may have same dimensions and units but that doesn't mean they refer to same quantity.

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Speed / (Divided by) Distance X (multiplied by) Time

Distance = Rate x Time Rate = Distance/Time, not Time/Distance

Work is not defined as distance/time, but rather: work= force x distance Distance divided by time will give you velocity. Displacement (or distance traveled) = velocity x time

Speed = Distance divided by Time (S = D/T)Time = Distance divided by Speed (T = D/S)Distance = Speed times Time (D = S x T)

weight x distance = work

Wavelength = speed divided by frequency. Speed = distance divided by time. Therefore: Wavelength = distance divided by (frequency x time). You therefore need to know the frequency of the wave and the time it takes to travel in unit time.

Simply remember this triangleD-----------S x TThe D represents DistanceThe S represents SpeedThe T represents TimeDistance divided by Time = Speed. (120 miles divided by 2 hours = 60 mph)Distance divided by Speed = Time. (120 miles divided by 60 mph = 2 hours)Speed multiplied by Time = Distance. (60 mph x 2 hours = 120 miles)

Distance = speed x timeDistance = speed x timeDistance = speed x timeDistance = speed x time

The formula is Distance=Rate x Time (or distance equals rate multiplied by time). When you take this into account, you can manipulate it to solve for rate or time instead of distance. In other words, you could rewrite it as Rate= Distance/Time (rate equals distance divided by time) and Time= Distance/Rate (time equals distance divided by rate) in case they ask for what the Rate or Time is instead of Distance.

They are related over the time. Speed x time = distance.They are related over the time. Speed x time = distance.They are related over the time. Speed x time = distance.They are related over the time. Speed x time = distance.

speed divided by distance is time; or distance equals speed x time. Not sure of your question, but If speed is associated with direction, then it is called velocity, which is a vector, whereas speed is a scalarquantity

Use the formula: distance = time x speed.Use the formula: distance = time x speed.Use the formula: distance = time x speed.Use the formula: distance = time x speed.

Power is the rate of performing work on an object. Mathematically, power = work divided by time =force x distance divided by time.

distance = speed x time.This assumes a constant speed.distance = speed x time.This assumes a constant speed.distance = speed x time.This assumes a constant speed.distance = speed x time.This assumes a constant speed.

Force equals distance divded by time is F= M x D and it's the equation for work done or it's V= D / T and it's the formula for velocity - distance over time.

The formula, distance = speed x time, or speed = distance / time, assumes constant speed. If the speed changes, then the formula speed = distance / time will give you the average speed over the time period. To get the instantaneous speed in this case, you must divide distance / time for a very short time interval.

Distance= Rate x Time

time=distance x speed. to find speed, it is speed=distance/time distance=speed x time.

Distance = Speed x Time or Speed = Distance/Time

The dimension of power is (energy / time)= (force x distance) / time= (mass x distance / time2) x distance / time= mass x distance2 / time3= ML2T-3

That would also depend on the distance. Use the formula distance = speed x time. Solving for time: time = distance / speed.That would also depend on the distance. Use the formula distance = speed x time. Solving for time: time = distance / speed.That would also depend on the distance. Use the formula distance = speed x time. Solving for time: time = distance / speed.That would also depend on the distance. Use the formula distance = speed x time. Solving for time: time = distance / speed.

The formulas are W = Fd (work = force x distance) P = W/t (power = work divided by time) and W = Pt Which means that P = Fd/t (power = force x distance divided by time) The SI unit of power, the watt, equals 1 newton-meter/sec (1 joule/sec).

Bass length X length X girth divided by 1,200 = weight general formula girth X girth X length divided by 800 = weight

distance in miles divided by time in hours equals MPH. or more simply put velocity X time = distance. For shorter distances you can use meters divided by seconds = mps

In America the formula for inertia = .5 mass X velocity2 OR MASS (which equals, weight divided by grams) times (which equals, X) VELOCITY (which equals, feet per second divided by time)