the biggest wave is a pwave or primary wave
A Pwave is the first wave to arrive during an earthquake, P waves compress and then expand. They can damage buildings.
Pwave, Swave, Lovewave and the Rayleigh waves are 4 waves for Earthquakes. At least I think so...
ECG records electrical activity and not mechanical, hence it has nothing to do with contraction. But P wave represents atrial depolarization.
time = distance ÷ speed 538 miles ÷ 70 miles/hour 7.685714286 hours or 7 hours, 41 mintues, 8.57 seconds to be exact.
distance = speed x time. Multiply the speed of light (in miles/second in this case) by the time in seconds, to get the distance travel in miles.
there are 11 hours and 40 mintues :)
60 (seconds to mintues) x60 (minutes to hours) x24 (hours in a day) 86400 seconds
There are 5 times 60 = 300 seconds
It depends on whether the question refers to 152 days, years, hours, seconds etc.
In time wise it is 23 mintues and 32 seconds.
Use the formula distance = speed x time. Solving for time: time = distance / speed.600/10 = 60. It would the hawk 60 seconds (1 minute) to travel 600m.
500 seconds for light to travel on average distance of 93 million miles. 1000 seconds from one end of Earths orbit to the other. Coincidence? Hmmm.
Time = Distance/Speed = 100/2 = 50 seconds.Time = Distance/Speed = 100/2 = 50 seconds.Time = Distance/Speed = 100/2 = 50 seconds.Time = Distance/Speed = 100/2 = 50 seconds.
The fastball would travel that distance in 0.393 seconds at 105 mph
hmm.. this is a tough one try 10 mintues
An au is an astronomical unit, or how far light will travel in a year.
45 Seconds because the s/d/t triangle. Basically Distance= Speed x Time. Speed= Distance/Time. Time= Distance/Speed.