Total distance traveled / time
avg speed is = total distance divided by total time so its 160/2.5= 64miles/hr
Speed multiplied by time. ex. 100m/s * 5s = 500m
If the average speed of the car....Here is an unfinished question. The total distance is average speed times time. But since average speed is gotten by dividing total distance by the time, then it's a kind of circular question.
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).
Total distance traveled & total elapsed time.
No. The total distance traveled divided by constant speed is the time interval.
Speed Average speed- the total distance traveled divided by the time it takes to travel that distance Velocity is also the distance or displacement divided by the time
To find the average speed you must know the total distance traveled and the total elapsed. The distance traveled in each interval is simply the speed multiplied by the time (v x t). Thus, in the first interval you travel 120 x 1 = 120 meters, in the second interval 120 x 6 = 720 meters; therefore, the total distance traveled is 840 meters. The total time elapsed is 120 + 120 = 240 seconds. An average speed is simply the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed thus in this case it is 720 m / 240 s = 3 m/s.
That's the average speed.
Velocity Average speed= distance traveled/total time of travel