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sharon sprinter changes her speed from 4.5m/s to 7.5m/s in the middle 1.5 seconds of a 100m race. what is her average velocity for this time period?

Just divide the distance by the time. That will give you the speed, in meters/second. If you want kilometers/hour, multiply the result of the division by 3.6.

The average velocity has two parts to it: The average speed and the average direction. The average speed is: (the distance you travel between 0 and 3 seconds) divided by (3). The average direction is: the direction from (the place where you started at 0 seconds) to (the place where you finished at 3 seconds).

what is the change in speed or velocity? average acceleration will be change in speed or velocity divided by time taken (4 seconds in ur case)

what is the average speed 34 meters in 10 seconds Average speed is calculated by dividing the distance traveled by the time it took to travel it. In this case, divide 34 meters by 10 seconds to get 3.4 m/s.

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22.92 mph.

sharon sprinter changes her speed from 4.5m/s to 7.5m/s in the middle 1.5 seconds of a 100m race. what is her average velocity for this time period?

Peak-speed, 43,9 kph by Bolt

The sprinter's speed is 22.53 miles per hour.

The world record for the 50 meter freestyle was set in 2000 by Alexander Popov. His time was 21.64 seconds. This translates to 2.31 meters/second.

Just divide the distance by the time. That will give you the speed, in meters/second. If you want kilometers/hour, multiply the result of the division by 3.6.

Usain Bolt

10.63 m/s

100 miles/50 seconds= 2 miles per second average speed

9.95 seconds to 10.3 seconds