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Q: A ratio of distance over time is what?

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no it's the ratio of distance to time (ie speed)

Distance and time.

It is the average speed.

The ratio of distance at which an object is moving to time refers to its speed. A high speed means that the object covers a long distance within a short time.

The ratio of (distance) / (time), called "speed".The ratio of (speed) / (time), called "acceleration".The ratio of (force) / (area), called "pressure".The ratio of (force) / (acceleration), called "mass".The ratio of (mass) / (volume), called "density".The ratio of (distance) / (volume), sometimes called "fuel economy".The ratio of ( 1 ) / (time), called "frequency".The ratio of (energy) / (time), called "power".

speed is the ratio of the distance an object moves per time unit (seconds,minutes hours)

You divide the distance travelled over a certain time, by the time.You divide the distance travelled over a certain time, by the time.You divide the distance travelled over a certain time, by the time.You divide the distance travelled over a certain time, by the time.

Speed.

A fraction is a ratio of two quantities which are measured in the same units. In a simple case, average speed is the ratio between the distance travelled and the time taken. However, the speed is not a fraction of wither the distance nor of the time.

Rates are ratios ... Speed is a rate of distance per unit of time... ratio of distance to time. Proportions are two equal ratios, whether they are rates or not.

acceleration=ratio of change in velocity in a specific direction to time. speed=ratio of distance to time.

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