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That is called speed, or - if the direction is also relevant - velocity.

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What is the distance traveled over a period of time?

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


What is the relationship between distance and time interval?

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


Distance and direction traveled over time?

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What is measured as distance traveled over time?

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What is distance and direction traveled over time?

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What is the formula for speed and acceleration?

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What is the measurement of distance over time?

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What is the distance Columbus traveled?

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.


What are the quantities in finding the speed of an object?

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What is the name of distance the wind has traveled over the sea?

I think it's called the 'fetch'


Which country had Jews who traveled the least distance to concentration camps?

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


Can the distance traveled still be divided by the time taken to travel the distance if the speed accelerates to travel the 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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