no, you need to know its initial velocity to determine this; if initial velocity is zero then distance is 1/2 acceleration x time squared
No, you cannot.
No, you cannot.
To determine the speed of an object, one has to know the distance the object has traveled (in meters) and the time it has taken for the object to travel that distance (in seconds). To calculate speed, take the distance traveled and divide it by the time. To determine velocity, simply take the speed and determine which direction the object was travelling.
No, that won't do it. You need to divide the distance the object went by the time it took to go that distance.
Speed describes the distance traveled by an object divided by the time in which the distance was traveled, if the direction is not specified.
To determine average speed, you need to know what distance the object traveled in meters over how long it took the object to travel that distance in seconds.
Velocity Velocity= distance/time V=d/t
For a free-falling object, you can calculate the total distance traveled, given the amount of time. The distance of the fall is proportional to the square of the time elapsed. In general, distance can be found by the relationship between acceleration and time squared. If we let a be acceleration, which can be gravity if you want, and t be time, then we have: The distance traveled = 1/2 * a * t2 The distance traveled = 1/2 * g* t2
Final velocity = Initial velocity +(acceleration * time)
If you know the distance traveled in a certain time you can calculate the speed. Distance traveled/time = speed. ex. 100 miles traveled in 10 hours 100/10 = 10 miles per hour
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There is not enough information to answer the question. The answer depends onis the object travelling at constant velocity?is the acceleration constant?If it is an object travelling with constant acceleration, which three of the following four variables are knows: initaial velocity, final velocity, acceleration and time.
It means that the object was accelerating or decelerating at least part of the time.
You can determine the rate of motion. For example mph (miles per hour) is found by multiplying miles traveled by the time (hours) in motion.this formula isRate * Time = Distance
If you divide he distance by the time, and take into account the direction traveled, you will get the AVERAGE velocity during the time considered.
Acceleration= Distance divided by time
Average speed can be used to measure the distance traveled by an object when the acceleration is constant. x = v * t. When acceleration is a constant, the average speed can be plugged into the equation with time to yield distance.
Displacement is how far the object is from the starting point, while distance traveled is the how far the object traveled all together. -Eric P
Distance = time x speed
displacement is equal to the distance you traveled when the object is moving at shortest path