The average velocity during that period of time is 100 kilometers per 2 hours north. It may also be stated as 50 kilometers per hour north.
by dividing the kilometers you have traveled by the hours you have moved
-- The car's speed is 70 kilometers per hour.-- In order to state its velocity, we need to know the directionin which it's traveling, as well as its speed.'Velocity' is not merely a fancy word for 'speed'. It means more than 'speed'.
With the information given, it's not possible to calculate what it is now. But during that 90 minutes, its average velocity was 50 kph north.
Divide the distance traveled in kilometers by the time to travel in hours. 200 km / 4 hrs = 50 km/hr
1.The time rate of change of position of a body in a particular direction 2. And by an arrow.
DISTANCE + VELOCITY x TIME So if you travel 90 miles in two hours, 90 = velocity x 2 velocity = 45 miles per hour After 7 hours DISTANCE = 45 x 7 = 315 miles
Velocity is 30 m/s
Anything that goes 543 kilometers in 6 hours is averaging 90.5 kilometers per hour