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# How does distance and time affect the speed from object?

Updated: 9/23/2023 Wiki User

10y ago

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. Wiki User

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Q: How does distance and time affect the speed from object?
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### How do you find objects speed?

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

### How do you find the speed of an object falling with distance and time?

Speed = distance / time.

### How do distance and time affect speed?

Because speed = distance/time

### What is the equation that links the distance and speed and time of an object?

Distance = (speed) multiplied by (time)

### Is speed and distance the same thing?

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.

### Speed is the ratio of the distance an object moves to?

speed is the ratio of the distance an object moves per time unit (seconds,minutes hours)

### The distance an object travels in certain direction in a certain time?

This is known as displacement, and is generally measured in meters :)

### The distance an object travels per unit of time is called?

Speed. The equation to find speed is distance over time.

### How is distance and time related to the speed of an object?

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

### How do you find the speed of an object given distance and time?

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

### The distance traveled by an object divided by the time it takes that distance is called?

It is called speed Speed = Distance/Time

### How do you find the speed of an object?

The speed of an object at a time is found by determining its rate of change of distance. If the speed is constant, it can be determined by the ratio of distance to time taken.