Q: A student runs 100 meters in 11 seconds what is the speed of the student?

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8m/s

200 metres/28 seconds = 7.1 metres/second, to the justified number of significant digits.

speed = distance/time so he runs 75/30 = 2.5 m/s

900 meters/30 seconds = 30 meters/second

Speed (m/s) = Distance (m) / Time (s)Speed = 400 / 50Average Speed = 8 metres per second

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Average speed = 200 meters per 25 seconds It can also be written as 8 meters per second

(4 meters/second)(40 seconds) = 160 meters.

To get the speed in such cases, divide the distance by the time. In this case, the answer will be in meters per second.

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16.39 metres/second

6 2/3 meters per second

3 meters per second. enjoy:)

Speed = distance/time = 140m/5s = 28m/s

8m/s

30 kph or 18.64 mph.

21 m/s

Speed = distance/time = 12m/4s = 3m/s