r=d/t is farmula of speed or uniform speed and its si unit is m/s.
Uniform speed = Speed that doesn't change. Average speed = A number that represents the uniform speed that would have covered the observed distance in the observed time, although the actual speed at any moment during that time is unknown.
average speed = distance / time
Acceleration = 0 Speed = constant Distance = (speed) x (time)
For uniform acceleration the average speed is the initial speed plus the final speed divided by two.
It is: Average speed = Distance travelled/Time taken
(average distance)/(average time)
average distance/average time
Average Speed=Distance Time
The change in the speed or velocity of the body is a accelation, accelation are of two types one is uniform accelation and and non uniform accelation...
Distance = time * average speed (velocity) Average speed = Distance/time
When an object travels in a straight line and at the same speed, we call it an uniform speed. When an object travels at different speeds, we say that the object is at non uniform speed.
Speed is velocity without a direction so therefore the same formula applies. average speed= distance travelled/ time
Use the formula: distance = time x speed.Use the formula: distance = time x speed.Use the formula: distance = time x speed.Use the formula: distance = time x speed.
average speed = distance travelled/time taken
the formula of average speed is a distance travelled divided by time v= distance travelled /time elapsed
top speed is 190 MPH the average depends on the track's configuration.
to measure the average speed of a car for instince you must use the following formula SPEED= distance divided by time
The average speed of a formula 1 car is way over 190-223 mph.
I think it's the spelling! hehe, joke...Uniform motion and uniform speed have no exact difference since one is always linked to the other just like the word "change" to acceleration ( Acceleration takes place when there's a change in velocity neither decreasing nor increasing). Therefore, they are directly proportional with each other. When the speed is uniform, the motion is also uniform. When an object is in motion, you may ask "how fast does it move?" and you are now talking about the speed, the magnitude. So when the average speed of an object is uniform, it is safe to say that the motion is also uniform. [=
your answer will be got by (total distance) divided by ( total time).
The average speed of an object can be used to determine an unmeasured distance by using the formula distance = speed x time. The time should also be known for this formula to work.
Average speed = (distance traveled during some time) divided by (length of time to travel that distance)