when you know both speed and direction of an objects motion you know the velocity of an object.
it is cooler than the other one
Air resistance will determine the "terminal volocity" based on surface area
You find the velocity by distance divide by speed
It's a "speed" plus a "direction".
its changed the world in speed and volocity
the speed the wave travels threw space
Escape velocity is the speed you would have to go to escape gravity.
Speed only tells how fast something is going, while velocity tells speed and direction.
Velocity also includes direction.
You could multiply force times mass, with gravity being the force, thus giving acceleration then take away the force in which drag acts upon to gibe the terminal volocity
If you observe a clock moving past you at the speed of light, it will appear to you to have stopped.
no all objects fall at the same speed if they are in a vacuum the only thing that makes a difference if atmosphere or air.
speed = distance/time = 100mi/2h = 50mi/h
You can tell an objects speed using the dopler effect.
Distance does not change the speed of objects.
The name fastpitch was first brought up by how their arm circulated in speed. The movement from distance to the given object is determined by calculating the volocity of movement from one given object to the next. And in baseball the given objects would be the pitchers hand and the baseball bat at specific heights and speeds.
Heat is the amount of energy transferred between objects where a difference in temperature is present. So in that sense, heat is related to temperature differences, but is not the same. The temperature difference is caused by the difference in the avg. speed of particles between the two objects.
The speed of falling objects increases at a constant rate.
The speed varies according to the refractive index of the objects.
It is known as the vector.
Different objects can have different speeds; also, the same object can have one speed now, and a different speed later.
In air, it might ... and then the shape would make a difference too. But if it's just the falling object and gravity, then weight makes no difference.