D = 60T where T is expressed in hours.
No. The total distance traveled divided by constant speed is the time interval.
Speed describes the distance traveled by an object divided by the time in which the distance was traveled, if the direction is not specified.
The distance traveled by a truck driving at a constant speed compared with time.
Rf value = distance traveled by a compound/distance traveled by a constant.Source: http://www.chemguide.co.uk/analysis/chromatography/paper.html
. The distance decreased.
(Its speed) x (time it spends traveling).
1.5 km is a distance, not a speed.
d(t)=Vi(t)+((1/2)(a*t^2)) I just can't find anywhere to explain where that 1/2 constant comes from.
Time and distance traveled are directly proportional only if the velocity of the object in question is constant.
rate times time = distance so 140
It is the speed, which must be maintained at a constant value.
Rate of travel = (distance traveled) divided by (time traveled)
Its a path function......but DISPLACEMENT is a state function.Distance depends on the path we followed from one state to another but displacement is a straight distance so it depends upon the states.
No. If you divide a distance by a speed, you get a time, not a speed. For example, (meters) / (meters/second) = (seconds).
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.
distance traveled = speed multiplied by time taken.
d = 1/2 a t2 where d is distance traveled a is the constant acceleration t is the time You can calculate the value of "a" by dividing "v" by "t".
The farthest distance traveled is to the moon and back.
If the speed is constant, then the distance is simply the speed multiplied by the time taken for the journey. This relationship is the distance/time = speed, or d/t = s. If the speed was constant, then the distance travelled is given by the integral. In both cases, the distance the area under the speed by time graph
No. Acceleration is the rate at which the speed is INCREASING. Since the speed is increasing,the distance traveled by the body in each time interval is also increasing.
I am going to assume you meant a constant speed of 1.5km/min. speed = distance/time distance = speed x time = 1.5km/min x 5.0min = 7.5km
Assuming that the car moves at a constant speed, you can use the standard formula for speed: distance = speed x time
Yes, the bike can record distance traveled.