Q: What is a cars speed in ms if it travels 5 meters in 0.2 seconds?

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If a car travels 200 meters in 10 seconds what is the speed of the car

.32kgm/s

900 m/s velocity=meters/sec v=4500/5=900

(10 - 30)/4 = -5.0 meters per second per second (which can be written also as meters per second squared).

First you need to find the two different speeds of the car which is the distance/time. We find that the car first travels at an average of 6ms-1 and then after accelerating has a speed of 10ms-1. Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity over time, our change of velocity being 10-6=4ms-1 and the change in time being stated as 3 seconds we can convert this into... (4/3)ms-2

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If a car travels 200 meters in 10 seconds what is the speed of the car

.32kgm/s

900 m/s velocity=meters/sec v=4500/5=900

it is recommende to keep a gap of at least two seconds behind the car in front of you so the distance varies with the speed

(10 - 30)/4 = -5.0 meters per second per second (which can be written also as meters per second squared).

Each sleeper car travels at the speed of the locomotive that propels it.

At least 2. At freeway speed, 3-5.

distance in miles divided by time in hours equals MPH. or more simply put velocity X time = distance. For shorter distances you can use meters divided by seconds = mps

The cars avg speed would be 66 km/ 3 hr which is 22kmh

Acceleration = (change in speed) / (change in time) = (30 m/s) / (10 sec) = 3 meters per second2

First you need to find the two different speeds of the car which is the distance/time. We find that the car first travels at an average of 6ms-1 and then after accelerating has a speed of 10ms-1. Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity over time, our change of velocity being 10-6=4ms-1 and the change in time being stated as 3 seconds we can convert this into... (4/3)ms-2

Just divide distance by time to get speed.30 miles / 1.5 hrs = 20 MPH