The average velocity is calculated by finding the distance traveled and dividing by the time it took to go that far. In high school, many people learn rate x time= distance. The rate is the average velocity.
In this case we have 3.2/7.256=.441013 meters per second. Note the units are meters and seconds so the velocity we have it meters per second. We can convert this to any other units once we have this. Much as mile or meters per hour.
900 m/s velocity=meters/sec v=4500/5=900
120 meters per 20 seconds
.5 meters per second.
30 meters in 6 seconds is an average speed of 30 m / 6 s = 5 m/s
Half a second every metre.
what is the speed of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds
Very close to 6 meters per second.
1 kilometer is equal to 1000 meters. 4.1 minutes is equal to 246 seconds. Velocity would equal 1000 meters divided by 246 seconds. So the answer is 4.065 meters per second West.