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

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Does the distance a toy car travels up a ramp affect its speed?

Yes.


What is the equation used to calculate the distance something travels?

The equation used to calculate the distance something travels is given below . we know, speed = distance /time . distance = speed X time in meters /km /or any other unit of length.


What is the distance it travels per unit time?

Its speed is the distance it travels per unit time.


What can change distance an object travels?

The formula for the distance traveled (assuming a constant speed) is:distance = time x speed So, any of the two factors on the right side of the equation will affect the distance.


What is the equation to find the speed the car travels over a distance?

Speed = Distance / Time


How does distance and time affect the speed from object?

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The distance an object travels per unit of time?

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"Speed" is (the distance an object travels in some time) divided by (time to cover that distance).


How do distance and time affect speed?

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