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## What is the average speed of 50 meters in 10 seconds?

Answer: 5 meter/second.

**How do you find the average speed in meters per second?**

Average speed can be calculated using the formula v=d/t where the variables are:

- v is the average speed of the object with units of m/s.
- d is the total distance or length of the path of the object with units of m.
- t is the total time taken to cover the path with units of s.
- Speed cannot have a negative value.

### How fast are you running if you run 100 meters in 15 seconds?

15 seconds per 100m is the right pace for 3:45 for 1500m or 4:01 for a mile.

**What is the average speed of 250 miles per hour?**

For example, if the total distance travelled was 250 miles and the time it took was 5 hours, then the average speed was 250 / 5 = 50 miles per hour (mph). If the distance was 200 kilometers and it took 4 hours to cover it, then the speed was 200 / 4 = 50 km/h (kilometers per hour).

#### How to calculate average speed in meters per second?

Assume, V – stands for average speed (velocity), T – stands for traveling time and D – stands for traveled distance. Using the formulas remember about the units. For example, if the distance is given in meters and the time is given in seconds, calculated average speed is given in meters per second.

**How to calculate distance with speed and time?**

Distance formula The formula for distance, if you know time (duration) and the average speed, is: d = v x t where v is the velocity (average speed), t is the time and d is distance, so you can read it as Distance = Speed x Time.

## How to calculate the speed of a car in seconds?

How do you calculate mph to seconds? 1 Take your current speed in either kmph or mph. 2 Divide it by 60 to get kilometers per minute or miles per minute. 3 Divide by 60 again, getting kilometres per second or miles per second. 4 Alternatively, divide it by 3600 for the straight conversion.