If an object moves 50 meters in 5 seconds, its average speed is 50/5 = 10 meters per second.
that's pretty fast
100 meters / 10 seconds = 10 m/s [meters per second] (average) or almost 394 inches per second or 1968 feet per minute ...
40 meters/10 seconds = 4 meters per second.
Average speed = 10 meters per 2 seconds.Other ways of stating it:-- 5 meters per second-- 18 kilometers per hour
Average speed = distance/time = 50 m/10 s = 5 m/s. 18 km/h -> speedcalculator.org
With a dive a good club swimmer can swim 25 meters in around 10 - 11 seconds. An average swimmer should bbe able to swim 25 meters in around 20 seconds
You need to convert the minutes to seconds. Then, simply divide the distance (meters) by the time in seconds.
10 meters per second 100/10=10
About 365.5 meters a minute.
If a car travels 200 meters in 10 seconds what is the speed of the car
Someone traveling 10 meters in 5 seconds is moving at the same speed as the one going 20 meters in 10 seconds.
7.5 meters per second
If he started out from "rest" (zero speed), then his average acceleration for the 5 seconds is50/5 = 10 meters per second2
To calculate the average speed of /anything/ you need to know the distance it traveled (IE: 500 meters) and the time it took to travel that (IE:50 seconds) Here's how to calculate it: You take the total distance and divide it by the time. So in our example, a car traveled 500 meters in 50 seconds, so the speed would be: 500 meters / 50 seconds = 500/50 = 10 meters / second. So the car would be traveling 10 meters per second. Happy calculating -jp
100 feet in 10 seconds gives an average speed of 10 feet per second.
The speed is exactly 30 meters per 10 seconds. It can also be expressed as 3 meters per second, 180 meters per minute, 10.8 kilometers per hour, etc.
If a mail truck takes 20 seconds to move 10 meters then the truck averages a speed of 30 meters per minute. This speed is equal to 1.8 kilometers per hour.
The rate that you cover a distance is your speed. Speed is a measure of the distance traveled per unit time. If your units are meters and seconds, then your speed would be in meters/second. To find the speed of something you divide the distance it traveled by the time it took to travel that distance. For example if something traveled 40 meters in 10 seconds its speed would be (40 meters)/(10 seconds) = 4 meters/second
Average speed is total distance divided by total time. Hence 10 metres in 6 seconds is an average speed of (10/6) = 2.66666 m/s. Notice the units of speed - if you ever forget that speed is distance over time, just remember speed's units is something like metres per second, miles per hour etc. "per" means divided by.
instantaneous speed: 100 m/s average speed: 50 m/s distance fallen: 500 meters
200 meters in 32 seconds is a pace of 13.98 mph or 22.5 km/h