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Q: If you have a force acting on an object for a certain period of time how can you find the distance traveled?

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Speed describes the distance traveled by an object divided by the time in which the distance was traveled, if the direction is not specified.

If you know the distance traveled in a certain time you can calculate the speed. Distance traveled/time = speed. ex. 100 miles traveled in 10 hours 100/10 = 10 miles per hour

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a car or any automotive going in circles, it has no direction 8)

Velocity Velocity= distance/time V=d/t

If you divide he distance by the time, and take into account the direction traveled, you will get the AVERAGE velocity during the time considered.

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If you divide he distance by the time, and take into account the direction traveled, you will get the AVERAGE velocity during the time considered.

Displacement is how far the object is from the starting point, while distance traveled is the how far the object traveled all together. -Eric P

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