the distance increase with time
Distance equals rate multiplied by time
distance X time = force/moment
The relationship is Speed = Distance/Time *The speed of the object can be found by dividing Distance by Time* .< This is only applicable for average speed >.
There is no direct relationship between distance and time. Two airplanescan easily cover very different distances in the same amount of time.There can be an indirect relationship, that depends on speed.
(change in distance) divided by (time interval) = the object's average speed during that time interval.
The distance traveled in an ifinitesimally small time interval, divided by that time interval.
Time = (distance) divided by (speed) Distance = (speed) multiplied by (time) Speed = (distance) divided by (time)
The interval between two occurences is TIME.
interval, which is invariant regardless of frame of reference.
Time interval is the period of time between the start and end of an activity.