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What is the formula for velocity?
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The velocity of something, tells us how far, or how fast an object travels over a certain distance.  To calculate this you need to apply the following formula - '(Δd)/(Δt)' -
answered Dec 21, 2010 by trianswer (22,754 points)
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Velocity is a function of distance and time variables. To calculate velocity, just divide the distance by the time needed to reach that distance. For example: it takes 2 hours to travel 30 miles, then your velocity is 30miles / 2 hours = 15 miles/hour.
answered Dec 31, 2010 by trianswer (22,754 points)
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Velocity in Physics formula: Velocity (V) = Displacement / Time = ΔX / ΔT
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