It depends upon how long it travels for. Distance = speed * time So if the car travels at 60 mph for 2 hours, the distance is 60 mph * 2 hours = 120 miles But if the car travels at 60 mph for 30 minutes (0.5 hours), the distance is 60 mph * 0.5 hours = 30 miles.
Just divide the distance by the speed.
Rotations and distance tells you about the circumference and this tells you about the diameter. How about a specific problem?
i think a commuter is a person who travels a distance to their work as commuting is the process of travelling between one's place of residence and regular place of work
Distance = Velocity*Time = 25.5*85 metres = 2167.5 metres.
This distance your vehicle travels while stopping is?total stopping distance
Its speed is the distance it travels per unit time.
The MORE density an object has, the LESS distance it travels. The LESS density an object has, the MORE distance it travels.
Because distance/time = the speed at which something travels.
The distance light travels in a year is called light-year
alpha travels a short distance than all others
the distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year is called
determine the units of a caterpillar's speed if you measure the distance the caterpillar travels in centimeters and the time it takes to travels this distance in minute