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(The time at the end) minus (the time at the beginning)

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Time taken... to do what exactly? There are lots of formulae that involve time. You would have to be a bit more specific.

Speed = distance / time taken

Accelaration= change in velocity/time taken OR Acceleration=final velocity- initial velocity/time taken

time taken by pendulum/to complete 1 oscillation

distance traveled = speed multiplied by time taken.

Speed= distance travelled/time taken.

average speed = distance travelled/time taken

It is: Average speed = Distance travelled/Time taken

Distance travelled / time taken to travel the distance

formula for speed is distance traveled over time taken to cover distance acceleration is given by change in velocity per unit time

work done per unit time power= net work done / time taken

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

Time taken =Distance/Speed

work is equal to power x time taken W=Pxt W=Fxd

Distance travelled divided by time taken.

Average speed is distance travelled divided by time taken... or S=D/T

Speed equals distance travelled divided by time taken.... S=d/t

There is no formula for time of death. Various factors are present, and all must be taken into consideration. Rigor mortis, livor mortis, algor mortis, the stages of insects growth, and decomposition are needed to determine time of death.

There are many answers for this:- However, the most basic answer:- speed = total distance travelled / time taken

There are many formulas for acceleration, but the most basic one is: acceleration = change in velocity / time taken for velocity change

v=u+at where u is the initial velocity , v is the final velocity,t is the time taken.

Number of events divided by time. For example, some medicines need to be taken three times a day.

Acceleration is the the fluctuation in velocity per unit time.to calculate the acceleration we need the formula : Acceleration = Velocity fluctuations / time taken or Acceleration = Final velocity - Initial velocity / time taken or a = v-u/t

The combination formula is usually written as nCr representing the number of combinations of r objects at a time taken from n. nCr = n!/[r!*(n-r)!] The permutation formula is usually written as nPr representing the number of permutations of r objects at a time taken from n. nPr = n!/r! Where n! [n factorial] is 1*2*3*....*(n-1)*n

The ISBN of The Time We Have Taken is 0732278368.