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velocity

distance traveled divided by time taken to travel that far.

Very simple: Distance traveled divided by time taken to travel that distance = average speed .

The distance traveled by an object divided by the time it takes to travel that distance is called the average speed.[ Average ] Speed = Distance / TimeFor example :A car that travels 60 miles in a time of 2 hours has an average speed of 30 miles per hour.

Velocity?

The quotient is the quantity known as "speed". (NOT velocity.)

D/t = rate (Speed, velocity, etc)

Well, it would be the number of miles traveled divided by the number of days taken to travel it. In this case: X/76 = D Where X is the distance traveled and D is the distance traveled each day.

Distance traveled and time taken to travel that distance.

Distance traveled and time taken to travel the distance

Distance traveled divided by time taken. (s=d/t)

Average speed is distance traveled divided by time taken.

distance traveled = speed multiplied by time taken.

velocity means the distance traveled in certain time and in a certain direction. Therefore: velocity is the result of dividing the traveled distance by time taken, and adding a direction to it.

Speed is equal to the distance traveled divided by the time taken. SPEED = (DIST/Time)

vd/t in science means velocity (speed) multiplied by distance traveled divided by time taken.

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.

As this has already been answered I will answer it again. The answer is called "Speed" because there is no direction given. If you were to travel at 45kl/h in a straight line, and then change to a N/W direction, then this would be known as your velocity even though you may still be travelling at 45kl/h.

Average speed is the total distance traveled divided by the time taken.Average speed = total distance traveled/time taken = 90 km/3 h = 30kph

The distance it travels and how long it took to travel that far. To calculate speed you do (total distance traveled)/(total time taken)

Distance to travel divided by average speed = amount of time taken. Time now plus time taken = ETA

Distance = (rate)(time). Where distance is equal to the rate times the time.

calculate the distance traveled by the time taken

Average speed is simply the total distance traveled over the time taken to travel that distance, then you change the fraction to equal distance over 1 hour, 1 min, 1 sec, ect.

Since speed is distance divided by time, one can switch the formula around to show that time is distance divided by speed. The faster the speed, the shorter the time taken to travel a fixed distance. In this case, "120 divided by 5" would be the number of hours.