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Q: How does distance and time affect the speed?

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Distance and time do not, in general, affect the speed. Speed, however, can affect distance or time. Distance is directly proportional to speed, time is inversely proportional.

Because speed = distance/time

Because distance/time = the speed at which something travels.

Time is inversely proportional to speed.

As the time taken decreases, the speed increases since speed = distance ÷ time

It would increase your speed. Speed = distance / time so if you decrease the time whilst keeping the distance the same, distance/time increases.

Speed= distance / time distance = speed x time time = distance / speed

Distance = Speed x Time or Speed = Distance/Time

if the distance remains the same then your speed increases

It would increase your speed.

speed = distance / time so distance / speed = time

Speed= distance/time Distance= speed x time Time= distance/speed

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