What is the velocity of a car that travelled 340km south in 4.5 hours?
Simply divide the distance traveled by the time.
What is the velocity of an car that travels 50 miles north turns around and travels 50 miles south in 5 hours Question 6 options 0 2 mph south 5 mph south 25 mph north?
Velocity is speed and direction. The velocity would be zero because the 50 miles N cancel the 50 miles S. The speed is 100 mi/5 h = 20 mph. Read More
He travelled to Mexico in 1535, and from there, he travelled overland to what is now the south-west of America in 1540. Read More
15 miles per hour,south Read More
What I mean is can you have a negative velocity followed by "south". (i.e. -7.5 m/s south) or would the velocity be 7.5 m/s south? My opinion is that the negative sign is not necessary since south is already "negative" so you would be canceling out the negative if you have the sign making it 7.5 m/s north. Read More
South, as from the North Pole, the only possible direction is south. Read More
It actually can. Say a car moves north at 50 miles per hour for 4 hours. Then it moves south at 50 miles per hour for 4 hours. In the end, it returns to it's starting point. The average velocity over that 8 hour period is then zero, because it really went nowhere. Read More
velocity is speed with a direction. speed would be like 35mph. velocity would be like 35 mph south Read More
What is the displacement when a bus travels from Texas to Mexico in 5.7 hours with an average velocity of 79 kmh to the south?
(79 km/hr) x (5.7 hr) = 450.3 km That's the displacement, if the direction of the velocity was constant throughout the trip. Read More
Paddington Bear. Read More
Was Alfred famous for travelling? He ruled from South-western England but travelled all around England, especially the south Read More
I think it's SRI LANKA. I have travelled all across the south asian region and followed many articles abt south asia. Read More
South Shields is in the north east of England and if you travelled in a roughly south south west direction you should eventually reach Wales. See related links. Read More
Most are likely to be involved in business. The two communities, Gujaratis and Sindhis have travelled to far off lands in West of India for trade, just as Tamils have travelled to South East Asia. Read More
no because whether the direction is north or south the velocity is still the same (if there is no difference in their paths) Read More
velocity means a speed and direction for example: if you say your driving 60mph then you are giving a speed but if you say your driving 60mph south then your giving a velocity. Read More
It depends where on the south of England you are. For most of England's south coast, if you travelled due south, you would land in France. However, if you were in Truro - or any point west of there, you would land in Spain. Read More
Average speed = Total Distance/Total Time = (15+25)/2 = 40/2 = 20 miles per hour. Velocity (due North) = Total NET distance North/Total Time = (15-25)/2 = -10/2 = -5 miles per hour or, velocity due South = 5 miles per hour. Read More
An object's velocity is it's speed plus direction. example: 55mph south Hope this helps:) Read More
mainly India, but travelled to south Africa for quite a few years. Read More
What was the name of the south American river that the lucayans travelled along while en route to the Bahamas?
in the amazon river Read More
a high speed train travels south for 2.00 h for a distance of 454km. what is its average velocity? Read More
What is the momentum of a 100 kilogram boulder rolling south downhill at a velocity of 5 meters per second?
It is 500 Newtons. Read More
6 hours from Beaufort South Carolina. Read More
Velocity is distance/time. So, 2000/400 reduces to 5 m/s, but since velocity is a vector, direction MUST be stated along with the speed we just calculated. The final answer is 5 m/s South (or 270 degrees). Read More
he travelled antarctica,the south pole and the north pole so all those icy places Read More
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Darwin wouldn't of found the guanaco or the opossum if he hadnt travelled on the voyage. Read More
The First Fleet travelled from Portsmouth in England, to Tenerife in the Canary Islands. From there it continued on the Rio de Janeiro in South America, then across to South Africa. It then continued east to New South Wales in Australia. Read More
Velocity - rate of change of position Acceleration - change in velocity over time A car moving south at 20 m/s south has a constant velocity of 20 m/s southward. Let's assume this car starts to accelerate at 1 m/s2. This means that each and every second, the car's velocity will increase by 1 m/s. Read More
The Normans travelled by boat to the coast of England and at first were unopposed because Harold Godwinson was off fighting in the North while the Normans had landed on the coast in the south. When Harold travelled down to the south, most of his men had either died or left him-because it was harvesting time- making it easier for the Normans to invade. Read More
Velocity is how fast and what direction. The formula for this is distance over time, indicating the direction. (North East, South or West.) Speed is how fast something is moving. Speed is like velocity except velocity indicates direction. The formula is distance divided by time. Hope that helps. :) Read More
Velocity like speed is a measurement of how fast an object is moving. What makes velocity different from speed is that while speed is a scalar unit (Ie 13Kph or 56 Mph), velocity is a vector unit (IE 13Kph [East] or 56Mph [West 56 Degrees South]). Read More
2-3 hours Read More
From London to South Africa is 11 hours 30 mins. Read More
The First Fleet travelled from Portsmouth, to Tenerife in the Canary Islands. From there it continued on the Rio de Janeiro in South America, then across to South Africa. It then continued east to New South Wales. Read More
'Velocity' should be compared with 'speed', and it should be understood that they're different. "30 miles per hour" is a speed. "30 miles per hour toward the south" is a velocity. Read More
If you travelled due south, you would be about 500 miles off the coast of Africa in the middle of the Southern Atlantic. Read More
US is 7 hours behined than South Africa. Read More
April swims 50 m north and then turns and swims 20 m back to the south what is her velocity if it takes her 60 seconds-?
If April swam 50 M North then swam 20 M South back then her velocity would be 16.66. This is a math problem. Read More
Generally, north, east, right, and forward are considered positive directions. South, west, left, and backward are considered negative directions. So if a body is moving south, west, left, or backward, its velocity is considered to be negative. Read More
It depends on where you are in South Africa. If you're in Cape town it will take you± 17 hours. If you're in Johannhesburg ± 4.5 hours Read More
2 hours 50 minutes to 3 hours. Read More
Lady Bird Johnson travelled to Thailand, South Korea, the Philippines and Malaysia in 1967. Read More
From Brisbane in Queensland to Muswellbrook in New South Wales is a distance of 727km. It can easily be travelled in one day. Read More
The overall velocity would increase. The ball would then have a curved path with some velocity vector in the North South direction and some vector in the East West Direction Read More
Speed is the rate of covering distance. 60 mph north, south, or west are all exactly the same speed. Velocity is speed and its direction. 60 mph north, south, and east are three different velocities. Read More
No. Velocity includes the direction, different directions means different velocities. if a car travels at 150km/hr. due north while other car travels at 150km/hr. due south. do both cars have the same velocity?yes or no. explain. No. The two cars have different directions thus different velocities. One car is north direction and the other car has south direction. Read More