Distance divided by speed is used to calculate time.
distance = rate x time
Distance travelled / time taken to travel the distance
Speed = (distance covered in some time)/(time to cover the distance)
The equation used to calculate the distance something travels is given below . we know, speed = distance /time . distance = speed X time in meters /km /or any other unit of length.
Distance covered (displacement) and the time taken to cover the distance.
Speed = (distance traveled in some period of time) divided by (time to cover that distance)
One formula that is often used is: distance = speed x time
A seismic travel time curve describes the relation between the travel time of a seismic wave and the epicentral distance. It is used to calculate the calculate the distance of the earthquake's epicenter from the seismograph.
-- Calculate or look up the distance between you and Montreal. -- Estimate the speed at which you can travel there. -- Divide the distance number by the speed number. The quotient is the length of time in motion it will take you to cover the distance. -- ADD the length of time you expect to be stopped for fuel, rest, food, and pits. The sum is the total time you should expect it to take you. It's as accurate as the numbers were that you used for distance, speed, and stops.
Speed of light = distance travelled by light/time taken to travel that distance.
I'd imagine distance/total time=average speed
That's not correct. If you have a graph of distance as a function of time, the speed is the slope of the graph.
v=d/t where d is the distance and t is the time
If both speeds are used for the same amount of time, the average speed is just the sum of the two speeds divided by 2. If one speed is used for a longer time than another, you will have to calculate the total distance traveled for each speed (speed x time), and then divide by the total time (add the times).
Utilization = [The total time actually utilized (e.g for project or machine turned on for) ] / [The total available time (e.g calendar time, total time process/machine could be used for)]
When navigating math is most commonly used to calculate distance, speed, and time. It is possible to estimate time of arrival, if you know the distance and the speed you are traveling. It is possible to estimate how fast you are traveling, if you know the time and the distance. It is also possible to estimate how far you have gone, if you know your speed and your time.
distance and force work=distance/ force
Average speed during a period of time =(distance traveled during the time) divided by (length of the time period)
maths is used in archery to calculate the distance between the arrow the target and to calculate the arc of the arrow
Divide the total distance by the amount of fuel used... then multiply by the cost per gallon.
speed = distance/time v2 = u2 + 2as final velocity squared = initial velocity squared + twice the acceleration multiplied by distance
Distance from the sun.
Force and distance