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Q: What is the distance traveled over a given time interval?

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It is the product (multiplication) of the average speed and the time interval.

V = d / tVelocity is the change in distance over an interval of time.

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(a distance traveled) divided by (time to travel the distance) is known as a "speed" .

Columbus was known to keep logs of how far he traveled during his voyages. It is estimated from these logs that he traveled a little over 3,400 nautical miles.

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Concentration camps were all over, nearly every country had at least one. Therefore, they all traveled the least distance.

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.

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