If the direction of motion is constant then the velocity is the same as the speed in that direction. If the direction is not constant, the information given is nowhere near sufficient to calculate the velocity.
The Earth-moon distance is about 250000 miles
Velocity is equal to the distance traveled, divided by the amount of time to travel such distance. In other words, 50 miles per hour may represent a distance of 50 miles traveled in on hour, or 50 miles being the distance and 1 hour being the time, denoting a velocity of 50 miles per hour (50mph.)
About 155,342.8 miles.
the amount of time it takes to travel 3194 miles depends on the speed or velocity and the weight of the object travelling the distance. This is explained in the physics/math equation Distance=(Velocity) x (Time) or when rearranged Time= (Distance)/(Velocity)
velocity = distance / time time = distance / velocity time = 343 miles / 70 miles per hour = 4.9 hours
velocity=distance/time for uniform velocity. You need units for both the time and the distance to get a correct answer. Example: the speed limit is 65 miles/hour
In physics, Velocity = Distance/Time. Therefore, Time= Distance/Velocity. Insert the Velocity and you get Time= Distance/100. However you'd have to convert either the distance to miles or velocity to feet. 1 mile= 5,280 feet
Time = distance / velocity So you need to supply the velocity portion of the equation in miles. The answer will be in hours.
time = distance/velocity
Yes, they are proportional. Distance traveled is the velocity times the time. So if you travel at 60 miles per hour for two hours, you have gone 120 miles.