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If you know the initial speed (u), acceleration (a) and time (t),

then the final speed, v = u + at.

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0That depends on the speed. Divide the distance by the speed to calculate this.That depends on the speed. Divide the distance by the speed to calculate this.That depends on the speed. Divide the distance by the speed to calculate this.That depends on the speed. Divide the distance by the speed to calculate this.

Speed is distance over time. Without knowing the speed, we cannot calculate this.

distance divided by speed is equal to timetraveled.

Speed is distance over time. Without knowing the speed, we cannot calculate this

time = distance ÷ speed

Speed is distance over time. Without knowing the speed, we cannot calculate this.there is no conversion from minutes (time) to kilometres (distance)

Speed times Time = Distance

Speed = distance divided by time

Speed is distance over time. Without knowing the speed, we cannot calculate this.

SPEED = DISTANCE divided by TIME

Speed = Distance divided by Time

Distance and Time. Speed=Distance/Time

You can calculate a speed by dividing a distance by the time it takes to cover that distance. If you want the instantaneous speed (for situations of variable speed), you need to calculate the distance and time for a fairly short time interval (ideally, the limit, when the time approaches zero).

you calculate average speed by dividing the total distance to the total time.

Distance divided by speed will give you the time it took to travel the distance.

Average speed = (distance covered) divided by (time to cover the distance)

calculate the distance traveled by the time taken

Average speed during the time = (distance) divided by (time for that distance)

Distance = time x speed

speed=distance/time

time=distancedividedby speedbecause speed= distance divided by time and distance= speed*time

S = d / t S: Speed d: Distance t: Time With this formula you can calculate any of the above.

Measure the distance it flies and the time it takes to fly that distance. Then divide the distance by the time to get speed.

That would be Speed. Speed is the distance you are going divided by the time it takes. This will calculate the average speed you were traveling.

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