Work divided by time is power.
Average power equals Work divided by time. P= W/t
speed equals distance divided by time (S = d/t) speed equals distance divided by time (S = d/t) speed equals distance divided by time (S = d/t)
Work divided by distance equals force.
In physics, Power is equal to Work divided by time:P = W/tP = PowerW = Workt = time
power equals work divided by time
Distance equals speed divided by time. Speed equals distance divided by time. Time equals distance divided by speed
The physics formula for calculating rate of energy conversion.
P is power. Work is W. Time is t. Power is work divided by time, or, the rate at which work is done.
A equals Vf minus Vi divided by time equals triangle v divided by time
Yes, V (velocity) = d (distance) divided by t (time).
Time equals Distance divided by Time.
Speed equals distance divided by time. By rearranging that formula, we get time equals distance divided by speed.
Change in velocity divided by time is acceleration, but velocity divided by time has no particular significance.
Speed = distance / time.
Work cannot be done without movement, so no distance equals no work. Distance X force equals work, work divided by distance equals force
The amount of work done divided by the time it took to do the work equals the unit rate. w/t=unit rate
Time equals Distance divided by rate
That's an acceleration.
Power decreases as the time spent doing the work increases. This is according to the formula of where power equals the work done divided by the time doing it. Power and time therefore stand in an inverse mathematical relationship.