When an object moves in a straight line at a steady speed, we can calculate its speed if we know how far it travels and how long it takes. This equation shows the relationship between speed, distance traveled and time taken:
Speed is distance divided by the time taken.
For example, a car travels 30 kilometers in 2 hours.
Its speed is 30 ÷ 2 = 15km/hr.
Formula used :
Distance = Speed * Time Time = Distance / Speed Speed = Distance / Time
Input : distance(km) : 48.5 time(hr) : 2.6 Output : Speed(km / hr) : 18.653846153 Input : speed(km / hr) : 46.0 time(hr) : 3.2 Output : Distance(km) : 147.2 Input : distance(km) : 48.5 speed(km / hr) : 46.0 Output : Time(hr) : 1.0543
Distance(km) : 45.9 Time(hr) : 2 The calculated Speed(km / hr) is : 22.95 Time(hr) : 2.5 Speed(km / hr) : 62.9 The calculated Distance(km) : 157.25 Distance(km) : 48 Speed(km / hr) : 4.5 The calculated Time(hr) : 216
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