### if the velocity of a moving train is 5mls and the time taken for it...

if the velocity of a moving train is 5mls and the time taken for it to get to its destination is 1min find the distance?

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Muyiwa
4 months ago
velocity = distance/time
v=5m/s. t=1min (60s)

5=dist/60
distance=60*5
=300m.
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Muyiwa
4 months ago
distance=speed*velocity
dist=5*60. (1min=60s)
distance=300m
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saleem
4 months ago
distance=average velocity*time
distance=velocity/2*time
distance=5/2*60
distance=5*60/2
distance=300/2
distance=150m
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swagxy
4 months ago
Velocity (V)= distance (S)/time(t)
Vel.=5m/s; time of travel (t)= 1min
Since the S.i unit of time is seconds, we have to convert the time to seconds
1min-> 60sec. I.e time =60 sec
5= distance (S)/60
Distance(S)= 60*5
Distance(S)= 300m
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