Tips & Tricks: Speed, Time and Distance

# Tips & Tricks: Speed, Time and Distance Video Lecture | CSAT Preparation - UPSC

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## FAQs on Tips & Tricks: Speed, Time and Distance Video Lecture - CSAT Preparation - UPSC

 1. How can I calculate speed if I know the distance traveled and the time taken?
Ans. To calculate speed, you can use the formula: Speed = Distance/Time. Simply divide the distance traveled by the time taken to find the speed.
 2. What is the difference between average speed and instantaneous speed?
Ans. Average speed is the total distance traveled divided by the total time taken, while instantaneous speed is the speed at a specific moment in time.
 3. How can I convert speed from km/h to m/s?
Ans. To convert speed from km/h to m/s, divide the speed in km/h by 3.6. For example, if the speed is 60 km/h, the equivalent speed in m/s would be 60/3.6 = 16.67 m/s.
 4. How do I calculate the time taken to travel a certain distance at a given speed?
Ans. To calculate the time taken to travel a certain distance at a given speed, use the formula: Time = Distance/Speed. Divide the distance by the speed to find the time taken.
 5. Can speed, time, and distance be used to solve real-life problems?
Ans. Yes, speed, time, and distance calculations are frequently used in real-life scenarios such as calculating travel time, determining fuel efficiency, or planning routes for deliveries.

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