rate=amount of increase/base
A unit rate is a rate that has a denominator of 1. Examples of unit rates include unit cost, gas, mileage and speed
Speed and low error rate.
RatioNote: According to Mathematical Excursions Second Edition it's a rate.
It's a mathematical formula which uses injector flow and RPMs.
Rate of change is a mathematical term. Essentially, it means the ratio of difference in values of a variable during a time period to the actual length of the period.
Rate of change of velocity is called acceleration. The mathematical link is: acceleration a=dv/dt where v is the velocity. It's a derivative of v with respect to time t.
In its most basic form, it means speed. however, it is a little more involved than that.
That depends on how fast your going. Use the mathematical formula d=rt. Which is distance=(rate)(time). Multiply rate and time then divide that number by the distance.
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