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Q: How does distance and time affect the speed from object?

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The speed of an object can be found by dividing the distance travelled by the object by the time taken for the object to travel that distance. Speed=Distance/Time

The speed of an object can be found by dividing the distance travelled by the object by the time taken for the object to travel that distance. Speed=Distance/Time

Because speed = distance/time

Speed = distance / time.

no, a distance is the time of an object multiplied by the object's speed!

Distance = (speed) multiplied by (time)

Velocity is the speed (distance/time) and direction of an object when speed is just distance/time.

The ratio of distance at which an object is moving to time refers to its speed. A high speed means that the object covers a long distance within a short time.

No, distance and speed are two separate measurements. Distance is how far an object moves relative to speed and time, and speed is how fast an object moves relative to time and distance.

The relationship is Speed = Distance/Time *The speed of the object can be found by dividing Distance by Time* .< This is only applicable for average speed >.

Divide the distance by the time; the quotient is speed.

In the case of constant speed: distance = speed x time. Or, Total distance = Average speed * Total Time

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