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Q: What is the velocity of the runner in the time from 5 seconds to 10 seconds if the runner is moving due north?

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If April swam 50 M North then swam 20 M South back then her velocity would be 16.66. This is a math problem.

The craft's velocity is 232 meters per second north.

Yes. Velocity is a vector and therefore requires magnitude and direction: Magnitude: 100 kph Direction: North

Velocity equal distance divided by time. For example, an object that traveled 5 metes in 10 seconds had a velocity of 5/10 meters per second which is .5 meters per second. Velocity is speed in a direction. Sometimes a navigate or positive number is sufficient as the direction. Other times you will need to be more specific, such as .5 meters per second East or 1.3 meters per second 30 degrees East of North.

Velocity is a vector quantity that measures speed (and also includes direction). 55 mph is a speed. 55mph North is a velocity.

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Velocity = 790.514 m/s North (rounded)The idea is to divide the distance by the time.

He walked 600m in 600 seconds so his velocity is 1m/s (one metre per second)

.5 north

Distance = Velocity*Time = 25.5*85 metres = 2167.5 metres.

a=change over velocity/time 60-initial velocity 45-final velocity 45-60= 15m/s 15/5= 3- acceleration

If April swam 50 M North then swam 20 M South back then her velocity would be 16.66. This is a math problem.

The rate of change of velocity in a particular direction per unit second is acceleration. Let us assume a body is moving at a speed v' in particular direction, say north, and in t seconds, its velocity increases/decreases to v". So the acceleration is, a=(v"~v')/t

Speed is how fast something is moving.Velocity is how fast something is moving in a very specific direction.25mph is a speed25mph at 137degrees 30 minutes north azimuth is a velocity.

1.5 m.s north thanks to m.e.h :D

Velocity is how fast and what direction. The formula for this is distance over time, indicating the direction. (North East, South or West.) Speed is how fast something is moving. Speed is like velocity except velocity indicates direction. The formula is distance divided by time. Hope that helps. :)

1 hour, 50 minutes, 46.15 seconds

Displacement: 8 m south Time: 4 seconds Therefore velocity = 2 metres per second Southwards.