by "objects" you mean object's,
by "traveled" you mean travelled, and
by "dived" you mean divided,
the answer is average speed.
Speed = Distance/Time
No. The total distance traveled divided by constant speed is the time interval.
Total distance traveled / time
the rate of speed
The average speed
Speed Average speed- the total distance traveled divided by the time it takes to travel that distance Velocity is also the distance or displacement divided by the time
Retention Factor Rf == Distance traveled / total distance
That's the average speed.
Velocity Average speed= distance traveled/total time of travel
Total distance traveled & total elapsed time.
the average speed is the total distance traveled divided by the total time.
The more times it bounces, the closer it comes to having traveled a total distance of 24 meters.
"Distance" is defined between TWO objects, or points in space.
Total distance (dtotal) traveled divided by the time (ttotal) it took to do that equals the average speed (savg) for the journey. It might be written like this:dtotal / ttotal = savg