the average speed is 50 because 60+ 40= 100 divided by 2 = 50 and remember add them up and divide by the number of numbers you have
No, speed can vary and one can still calculate the average speed of an entire trip. Average speed is equal to the change in distance divided by the change in time.
I recommend you do not try to average a set of components, because your result may be not be accurate. The best way to find an overall average is to average the entire data set.EXAMPLE: You have three columns of ten numbers each with an average listed at the bottom of each, say A11, B11, and C11. There are two ways you can solve this:Combine all the averages and divide by 3. [=SUM(A11:C11)/3] - But, the result may not reflect the average of the entire data set.Calbulate the average for all 30 numbers in the data set. [=SUM(A1:C10)/30] - This would give a much more accurate representation of the entire data set.
Velocity, you divide distance/time Hi my names bob.
If you average 60 miles per hour for the entire distance your driving time would be about 10 hours.
And just how long was this race? His average speed for the first two minutes of this so called race is 300 meters per minute. Other than that, I am clueless.
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He studied the entire history of life on earth, that is what paleontology is.
A fixed rate loan, like the Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, are loans whose interest rate stays the same during the entire duration of the loan and during the time of payment.
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If you average 60 mph during the entire trip it will take you 18.7 hours.
It is a scholarship that pays for a portion or the entire amount of a student's tuition costs.
A Few FiguresThe average high school GPA of entering freshman in 2006 was 3.6. The average undergraduate GPA for Fall 2006 among the Greek community at Mercer was 3.089. The average GPA for all undergraduate student athletes in 2006 was 3.07. I couldn't find an average for the entire University
They're not evenly spaced ... there can be none in a year, or as many as five. The average during the entire 20th Century was 2.29 per year.