Q: What is the average speed of a vehicle travelling 45km in 30 minutes?

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It depends on the speed at which you are travelling.

It all depends on the speed at which you are travelling

In a car the Odometer will show you the distance travelled. In mathematics you would need to know the average speed the car was travelling at and the time that it was travelling for. Divide the average speed by 360 to get how many units of distance were covered per second. Muliply this by the number of seconds the car was travelling for. The result will be the distance, in the same unit of distance as the speed was measured in. Example, Average speed = 30km per hour Time = 15 minutes (900 seconds) Distance = (Average Speed/360)*Time = (30/360)*900 = 7.5 (km)

That depends at what speed you are travelling.

Just divide the 120km by the 1.5 hours for an average speed of 80kph.

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Speed is expressed as a ratio of distance and time. The distance is usually measured in kilometers or miles. The length of time is usually one hour. Therefore, a vehicle could be travelling at, for example, 60 miles (distance) per hour (time). Suppose you want to convert the speed of the vehicle travelling at 60 miles per hour (m/hr), to find out how far the vehicle will travel in a different unit of time, for example a minute instead of an hour. All you have to do is convert the hour to minutes, and divide the speed by that number. Divide the speed (60) by the minutes in an hour hour (60) and the result is 1. In this example, the vehicle's speed is one mile per minute. (This was an easy example because, coincidentally, the vehicle is travelling at 60 m/hr and there are 60 minutes in an hour.)

It depends on what speed you are travelling.

It all depends on the speed at which you are travelling

It depends on the speed at which you are travelling.

In a car the Odometer will show you the distance travelled. In mathematics you would need to know the average speed the car was travelling at and the time that it was travelling for. Divide the average speed by 360 to get how many units of distance were covered per second. Muliply this by the number of seconds the car was travelling for. The result will be the distance, in the same unit of distance as the speed was measured in. Example, Average speed = 30km per hour Time = 15 minutes (900 seconds) Distance = (Average Speed/360)*Time = (30/360)*900 = 7.5 (km)

None or Infinity. What speed are you travelling? Are we walking or travelling the speed of light? Temporal distance is entirely dependant on velocities.

That depends at what speed you are travelling.

The speedometer on a vehicle shows the instantaneous speed, which is the speed of the vehicle at any given moment. It does not display the average speed over a period of time.

To find the average speed, divide the total distance traveled by the total time taken. In this case, 30 km / 48 min = 0.625 km/min. Therefore, the average speed is 0.625 kilometers per minute.

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That depends entirely at what speed you're travelling !