Relative Speed: Speed, Time & Distance

Relative Speed: Speed, Time & Distance Video Lecture | CSAT Preparation - UPSC

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 1. What is relative speed and how is it calculated?
Ans. Relative speed is the speed at which one object is moving with respect to another object. It can be calculated by subtracting the speed of the second object from the speed of the first object.
 2. How does time affect relative speed?
Ans. Time does not directly affect relative speed. Relative speed is solely determined by the speeds of the two objects in motion.
 3. Can relative speed be negative?
Ans. Yes, relative speed can be negative. It indicates that the two objects are moving in opposite directions.
 4. How is distance related to relative speed?
Ans. Distance is directly proportional to relative speed. If the relative speed increases, the distance covered between the two objects also increases.
 5. Is relative speed the same as average speed?
Ans. No, relative speed and average speed are different concepts. Relative speed refers to the speed between two objects, while average speed is the total distance traveled divided by the total time taken.

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