Landmark Problem: Speed, Time & Distance

# Landmark Problem: Speed, Time & Distance Video Lecture | CSAT Preparation - UPSC

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## FAQs on Landmark Problem: Speed, Time & Distance Video Lecture - CSAT Preparation - UPSC

 1. What is the formula for calculating speed, time, and distance?
Ans. The formula for calculating speed, time, and distance is Distance = Speed x Time, Time = Distance/Speed, and Speed = Distance/Time.
 2. How can I calculate the speed of a moving object?
Ans. You can calculate the speed of a moving object by dividing the distance covered by the time taken to cover that distance. The unit of speed is meters per second (m/s) or kilometers per hour (km/h).
 3. What is the difference between speed and velocity?
Ans. Speed is the rate at which an object moves, while velocity is the speed of an object in a given direction. Velocity is a vector quantity while speed is a scalar quantity.
 4. How can I calculate the time taken to travel a certain distance?
Ans. You can calculate the time taken to travel a certain distance by dividing the distance by the speed. The unit of time is seconds or hours.
 5. What is the relation between distance, speed, and time in a uniform motion?
Ans. In a uniform motion, the distance covered by an object is directly proportional to the time taken to cover that distance. The speed remains constant throughout the motion. This can be represented by the formula Distance = Speed x Time.

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