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# The total distance traveled divided by the constant speed is the average speed?

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2012-05-24 12:45:37

No. A distance divided by a speed is a time, not a speed.

If you want to get the average speed, you have to divide the total distance by the total time.

No. A distance divided by a speed is a time, not a speed.

If you want to get the average speed, you have to divide the total distance by the total time.

No. A distance divided by a speed is a time, not a speed.

If you want to get the average speed, you have to divide the total distance by the total time.

No. A distance divided by a speed is a time, not a speed.

If you want to get the average speed, you have to divide the total distance by the total time.

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2012-05-24 12:45:37
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2012-05-24 12:45:37

No. A distance divided by a speed is a time, not a speed.

If you want to get the average speed, you have to divide the total distance by the total time.