In 18 U Gold softball and collegiate softball, the distance from the plate to the pitching mound is 43 feet. This is because the pitchers at these levels throw much faster than the pitchers in the lower levels. In high school at 14U - 18U the pitching distance is 40 feet. Notice there is a difference between 18U and 18U Gold level.
Distance and time do not, in general, affect the speed. Speed, however, can affect distance or time. Distance is directly proportional to speed, time is inversely proportional.
Because speed = distance/time
Because distance/time = the speed at which something travels.
if the time is invcreasing the velocity increases too and depends on the distance to reach a high speed.
The weight and speed of the vehicle.
Time is inversely proportional to speed.
As the time taken decreases, the speed increases since speed = distance ÷ time
increase av speed and total dist. increases
It would increase your speed. Speed = distance / time so if you decrease the time whilst keeping the distance the same, distance/time increases.
Speed is based on distance traveled in a given amount of time. Baseball uses a distance of 60 feet 6 inches from the pitching rubber to home where as softball is 43 feet. A ball that would cover 43 feet in 1/2 a second is traveling just over 58 mph while a ball covering 60 feet 6 inches in the same time is traveling 82.5 mph. You need to know 2 of the following 3 ; distance, speed, or time. If you know distance and time then the formula is speed=distance/time. If you know the speed and distance then use time=distance/speed, get that number then use previous formula and change distance to get comparison.
Generally it will reduce both speed and range.
if the distance remains the same then your speed increases
It would increase your speed.
Distance does not affect the average speed. A car can travel 1 kilometre at an average speed of 60 km per hour, or it can travel 100 km at the same average speed.
Actually, I believe that a greater determinant of distance is bat speed. The greater the bat speed the further the ball will travel.
in my school most people are pitching 105km'sThis answer has nothing to do with the question
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The formula for the distance traveled (assuming a constant speed) is:distance = time x speed So, any of the two factors on the right side of the equation will affect the distance.
Speed= distance / time distance = speed x time time = distance / speed
speed over distance or speed/Distance.
speed = distance / time so distance / speed = time