375 meters/per minute
average speed = change in displacement / change in time Speedaverage = 4000m / 5hr
340 meters per minute. (This speed seems too high for any person or animal actually to run.)
speed = distance/time = 100 m / 20 sec = 5 metres per second.
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.
Average speed = 4 km/hr
Ignoring air resistance, or bouncing off the sides of the shaft on the way down ...-- Speed when you let it go = 0-- Speed after 6 seconds = 6 G = 58.84 meters per second-- Average speed = 1/2 (0 + 58.84) = 29.42 meters per second-- In 6 seconds, at an average speed of 29.42 meters per second,it fell 176.5 meters.
Your average speed is about 11 miles per hour.
The Average Speed means the total distance the object travels and the overall time it takes.
For the speed of a single pedestrian, measure the time it takes him/her to walk a set distance (for example 10 meters) and divide the distance by the time. For the average speed of a pedestrian find a large number of people and measure the speed of each person and find the average by summing all the speeds and dividing by the number of people who took the test.
Not enough information. You also need to know:* The initial speed * How long it takes to speed up If you divide the difference in speed by the time it takes to speed up, you get the average acceleration for that time period.
The average speed is exactly 30 meters per 6 seconds. Expressed in some other units . . . -- 300 meters/minute -- 18 kilometers/hour -- 5 meters/second -- 0.005 millimeters/microsecond