Speed with direction is called Velocity
The speed and direction of a moving object is called its vector; velocity
The speed and direction an object moves is its velocity.
The speed and direction of an object together are called the object's velocity.
Speed and direction is called velocity.
The speed of an object moving in a particular direction is called the velocity and it's a vector, that is, it has magnitude and direction. Speed is the scalar part of velocity.
In physics, the combination is called VELOCITY.
The speed and direction of an object is its velocity.
its called velocity.
It is called VELOCITY
Velocity - has speed and direction
In physics, when the direction of a speed is of interest (i.e., you want a vector), it is called a "velocity".
That is called speed, as opposed to velocity, which is a combination of speed and direction.
The forces acting on the object determine the its direction. Velocity tells you the speed and direction of an object.
this means to not have speed or direction at all. this means that the object is at rest.
well i think its Velocity because it means speed and direction
Velocity describes the speed and direction of an object.velocityvelocity
FALSE. Acceleration is the change of speed and/or direction of an object.
If the speed of an object is cited and its direction of motion is also cited, we have the velocity of the object. Velocity is speed plus a direction vector.
speed if no direction is needed velocity if direction is needed
The speed and direction of an object combine to give its velocity with the speed being equal to the magnitude of the velocity.
Nope. 'Velocity' IS the speed and direction of motion. If either one changes,that's called 'acceleration'.
The speed of the object will increase.
A change in the speed or direction of a moving object is called acceleration. Slowing down is also acceleration, not deceleration as is commonly used for such a situation.
Velocity describes the speed and direction of travel of an object.