No. A stopwatch measures time.
Since speed is a ratio between distance and the time it took to move that distance, the two required measures are Distanceand Time.
to determine speed i would divide time from distance.
No, the odometer measures the distance traveled by a vehicle. The speedometer measures the speed at any given moment in time, but not the average speed.
A rate is a ratio which measures a certain variable in an amount of time. The most common rate would be distance / time (which measures speed).
the distance.... ....over time. In Metres/second.
This cross trainer unit measures heart rate,distance,and time.
(change in distance) divided by (time interval) = the object's average speed during that time interval.
It measures distance. It goes by the distance light can travel in one year. It is about 10 trillion kilometers.
Nothing. A decade measures time (10 years), while a centimeter measures distance.
A speed graph measures the distance devided over time. Acceleration graph measures the change in speed over time.
A time line measures time, however, some other variable might also be changing as the timeline changes. Distance can change as time changes but the timeline indicates time. Distance could be inferred.
Thermometers measure temperature. Balances measure weight. A stopwatch measures time. A meter is a measure of distance or length.
The odometer measures the distance the car has travelled.
A pedometer measures the distance walked in a given time. This works by the motion of the unit.
No Gram measures weight, meter measures distance
By road, the distance measures 495km.
Longitude measures the angle east or west of the Prime Meridian. It's not a measure of distance.
Immediately upon arrival at the incident scene