It is a bit hard to answer your question, as it lacked of a few things: Total Distance or total time, the distance which the speed(answer) is in or the amount of time the person travels with the speed(answer).
Distance = time * average speed (velocity) Average speed = Distance/time
Average speed is an average value of speed over a given time. If your speed is constant (not changing), then your average speed will equal your speed at any given moment in time.
Average speed = 1/2 (initial speed + final speed) Time = (distance)/(average speed)
In that case, it would be good to know what you aregiven. It is possible that you don't have enough information.
Average velocity is change in position (displacement) divided by the interval.
Time = distance / average speed Average speed = 1/2 (initial + final)
Average distance ______________ = Average Speed Average time
Actual speed is the speed you are traveling at any given moment at any given point. Average speed is figured by dividing the distance you traveled by the time it took you to drive that distance.
To find average speed, you take the total distance and divide it by total time.
average speed = distance / time .
Average speed = distance/time
average speed, given by distance over time.
Average Speed = Total Distance / Total Time
acceleration times speed
The average speed is the speed that it takes to travel a certain distance in a certain time. Average speed is determined by dividing the distance traveled by the time taken to get there. Instantaneous speed is a certain speed at any given time.
Average speed = Total distance/Total time
Distance and time are the measurements necessary to find the average speed of a moving train.
Average speed is distance traveled divided by time taken.
No. Average speed is the rate an object is moving measured over more than an instant, such as one second, one minute, or something like that. Instantaneous speed, however, is the limit of the average speed as the interval of time approaches zero, i.e. at a given instant.
Average speed is not a vector quantity. It has no direction.The simplest way to find average speed is to divide the total distance traveled by the total time taken.
To find the average speed, divide the distance travelled by the time. By this procedure, the average speed is 60 km/h.
No. You need TWO positions at TWO times. The average SPEED is (distance between two positions) divided by (time interval).