Total Distance: Distance from some fixed point at end - Distance from the same fixed point at start.
Total Time: Time at end - Time at start.
Not sure what is meant by "calculate them altogether".
To calculate the average speed you need to know the total distance of the race and the total time taken for completing the race. speed = distance/time
Hey there in order to calculate distance time graph you must make sure that you find the area underneath the graph. This will be its distance
The actual speed can change all the time. You can calculate the average speed by dividing the total distance traveled by the total time.
Calculate the total time, and the total distance. Divide the total distance by the total time. This will give you the average speed.
You calculate the charge in velocity, not in distance.
Average Speed = Total Distance / Total Time
Take the distance in miles and multiply by 1.609
To find average speed, you take the total distance and divide it by total time.
Average speed = Total distance/Total time
Average Velocity = Total Distance / Total Time
force x perpendicular distance from a specific, defined point
Wheels have rpm's (rotation per minute) and you can calculate that by using the circumference formula to find the total length around the wheel. If you have a specific distance you want to cover, divide that distance by the circumference to find the RPM. Or if tires have a maximum capacity it can hold, you'd have to calculate the total weight of the car and compare it to the all four or 6 of the tire's maximum capacity to see if the tires can adequately hold and support the car.